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Throwback Thursday!-Immature

 With all the drama that has been buzzing on the internet pertaining to Chris Stokes, Marques Houston, Raz B, and his brother Ricky Romance the throwback joint of the day is dedicated to none other than Immature (IMX).

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Pre-teenage R&B sensations in the early ’90s, Immature was formed in Los Angeles by producer/mentor Chris Stokes. Around barely ten-year-olds Marques “Batman” Houston, Jerome “Romeo” Jones, and Kelton “LDB” Kessee became members of the group. The trio recorded their debut album, On Our Worst Behavior, for Virgin in 1992 and scored a modest R&B hit with “Tear It Up” (from the animated film Bebe’s Kids). After moving to MCA for 1994’s Playtyme Is Over, Immature scored with the pop hits “Never Lie” and “Constantly,” pushing the album into gold territory.

 “Never Lie”

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 “Feel The Funk”

“Please Don’t Go”

 Now as you look back….after watching the videos, seeing the pictures, and listening to ALL the drama circulating……it make you sit back and say to yourself Hmmmmmmm…… Lol!

What do you have to say?

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6 Responses to “Throwback Thursday!-Immature”

  1. i loooooooooooooove immature soooooooooo much and i wish i’ve could have seen a whole lot more of them cause that’s honestly really iz not my era and i wished it was!!!!!

  2. WATS UP’ I loooovvvveeee all so dem much write babyboys.

  3. Where have u been gays, gimme a call

  4. hey marques call me my number is on facebook. so you and my brothers hit me up asap.

  5. ALL these niggas were doin some sausages.
    chris stokes repent boy !

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