R&B singer/composer Myron was born in Cleveland; the son of a preacher, he grew up singing in his father's church, also learning to play keyboards and drums. Upon relocating to Philadelphia, Myron played in a jazz band; in 1996, his song "Sistas" appeared on the soundtrack to the Whoopi Goldberg flop Eddie, leading to a contract with the Island Black Music label. In addition to the 1997 singles "We Can Get Down" and "So Fly," he also co-wrote a handful of songs for labelmates Dru Hill before issuing his debut LP Destiny in 1998. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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