Posted by Bossip Staff
This is what happens when your cars have been repossessed and your baby mamas are threatening to take your broke a*$ to court. Who’s next to join the reunion bandwagon? Boyz to Men? Pop the hood for more.
Veteran R&B/Hip-Hop producer Teddy Riley revealed that two of his most enduring groups – Guy and Blackstreet – are reuniting and preparing new material for release. Riley made the announcement today (April 25) with certain original group members present, during Tony Neal’s 5th Annual Core DJ Retreat in Atlanta, Georgia. Group members Teddy Riley, Aaron Hall, Damion Hall (Guy) and Chauncey Hannibal and Eric Williams (Blackstreet) spoke on a panel during the event. The two groups were speaking to attendees about artist and DJ relations, how to succeed in the music business and the importance of parents teaching their children “real” music. During the course of the panel, Riley, who is A&Ring the music for Salt-N-Pepa’s reality show in addition to the movie Hype Nation, told the packed crowd of industry tastemakers that both groups are working on forthcoming albums. “It took a lot for us to get here,” Riley told the crowd, just before founding Guy member Aaron Hall broke into song. Both Guy and Blackstreet, will be performing tomorrow (April 26) during The Core DJ Awards, which is sponsored by Akon’s Konvict Music.
This is a trainwreck in motion. We predict these two groups won’t make it past one album, especially not with the youtube one hit wonders dropping new jawns every milli second.