From Brooklyn, New York, USA, Intro are led by songwriter/lead vocalist Kenny Greene, with Jeff Sanders and Buddy Wike his fellow singers. They made their initial impact in 1993, establishing themselves on the US R&B vocal scene with a self-titled debut album that reached number 11 on the Billboard R&B album chart. By the advent of a follow-up collection in 1995, the group had slowed the pace of their delivery to present a more reflective, melodic song suite dominated by ballads. Yet there was still an absence of the explicit lyrics favoured by other R&B practitioners. Typical of this approach was â€˜There Is A Wayâ€™, which addressed child abuse and wife battering. The album reunited Greene with his former production partner Dave Hall, with other contributions from David Cintron and Rodney Jerkins.Portions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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