R&B group soul for real is dropping some bombshells. The 90's quartet stopped by the breakfast club on Thursday to talk about the tumultuous times they went through as a band. They detailed how Heavy D who introduced them to the world abandoned them on the music industry streets and how he blackballed them in an effort to keep himself and his crew out of trouble. They also talked about how they feel Heavy D's death was karma for what he did to them.
They also discussed how they struggled with drug addiction, financial woes and the splintering of their brotherhood. The brothers (Choc, Andre and Brian) are currently releasing their third album which features a more mature sound and Jase has been pursuing his solo career. The season premiere of tv one's unsung featuring soul for real will air on sunday, march 6 at 9 pm.
This article was written by Kelvin Mercer, a contributing writer for Rated R&B. Follow him on Twitter @ratedrb.
Soul For Real is a New York-based band comprised of sibling brothers Christopher Sherman Dalyrimple, better known as Choc, Andre Lamont Dalyrimple, better known by his stage name KD now, and Brian Dalyrimple. The band rose to prominence in the '90s with hits like "Candy Rain," "Every Little Thing I Do," and "If You Want It." Although their music has taken different paths, they have remained united as friends, a brotherhood and a force to be reckoned with in the R&B scene.