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Men of Vizion

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House Keeper Men of Vizion 04:33
Show You The Way To Go Men of Vizion 05:28
When You Need Someone Men of Vizion 06:47
Break Me Off (Love Theme from Trippin') Men of Vizion 04:35
Miracles Men of Vizion 05:14
Real Love Men of Vizion 04:13
The Rain Men of Vizion 03:42
Do Thangz Men of Vizion 05:02
Night And Day Men of Vizion 04:34
You Told Me You Loved Me Men of Vizion 05:47

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House Keeper
When You Need Someone

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An R&B vocal quintet out of
Brooklyn, New York that released a smattering of successful singles in the
1990s, Men of Vizion began to take shape at the La Guardia High School of Music
and Art when all of the original members were students there. Courtney Bradley,
Brian Deramus, Desmond Greggs, Corley Randolph, and George Spencer III first
began singing together as Vizion in 1992 when they were all teenagers. Though
they started as a gospel group, they seued into R&B and took every
opportunity to perform at local venues, churches, and talent contests. Eventually
Bradley left and was replaced by Pranthan “Spanky” Williams, who became the
group’s lead singer. They came to the attention of producer Teddy Riley after
working with Queen Latifah, and the quintet signed to Michael Jackson’s record
label. They changed their name to Men of Vizion and released their ballad heavy
debut album, 1996’s Personal. Their gentle lyrical approach was typified
their biggest single, “House Keeper”, a number 13 R&B hit about a
man’s willingness to do chores for his woman. Other standout tracks on the
record included “Do Thangz” and a cover of “Show You the Way to Go”.
Deramus, Greggs, and Randolph departed the group and were replaced before 1999’s
MOV, which did not produce a successful single or sell very many units,
leading to the group’s end shortly after its release.