Hip-hop soulster Link gained a contract with Relativity Records after he wrote the Top Five hit "My Body" for LSG, the R&B supergroup formed by Gerald Levert, Keith Sweat, and Johnny Gill. Born Lincoln Browder in Dallas, Link was active in gospel choirs and formed his own a cappella group while still a teenager. He was later recruited by R&B impresario Darrell "Delite" Allamby for a quartet named Protégé; when the group split up, Link kept working with Allamby. The duo wrote several songs with collaborator Antoinette Roberson, including "My Body," and when LSG began searching for a lead single, they looked no further. The track became a sizable hit, and, soon enough, Link debuted with his own recording, 1998's Sex Down. He also wrote tracks for Silk and Kut Klose, plus Levert and Gill's solo careers. ~ John Bush, RoviPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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