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Club Nouveau

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Turning soul, funk and hip-hop sounds into a strutting, modern style of pop music in the 1980s, Club Nouveau were one of the early New Jack Swing acts and found major success with their 1986 debut album, Life, Love And Pain. Jay King originally made his name as the producer of Timex Social Club, a Bay Area R&B group who toured with Run DMC and New Edition, and scored the biggest-selling single of 1986 with post-disco track "Rumors." Their success was remarkable at the time, considering they were releasing their music independently through King's own label, and when they split he recruited singers Valerie Watson English, Samuelle Prater, Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy to form Club Nouveau. Their use of synths and drum machines brought something new to the unfashionable soul music of the time, and singles like "Jealousy," "Situation #9," and "Why You Treat Me So Bad" were all popular on the R&B scene. It was their cover of Bill Withers' "Lean On Me" that brought them international attention when it topped the US charts for two weeks and won the Grammy Award for "Best R&B Song" in 1987. They couldn't repeat the success on albums Listen To The Message and Under A Nouveau Groove, however, but they were later sampled by hip-hop act Luniz on their hit "I Got Five On It" and by Puff Daddy on "Satisfy You." In 2024, Jay King made an unlikely comeback with a new version of Club Nouveau that featured Tirzah Hubbard and J Al.  The trio scored a hit with "It's Alright," which debuted at number 28 on the Top 30 R&B Singles chart that spring.