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Freaky Tah (Born Raymond Rogers, May 14, 1971 in Queens, NY - Died March 28, 1999 in Queens, NY (Shot))
Mr. Cheeks (Born Terrance Kelly, March 28, 1971 in Queens, NY)
Pretty Lou
Spigg Nice

Albums
Lost Boyz - L.B. IV Life

Single
Mr. Cheeks - Lights, Camera, Action! (Remix) (Single)

Also Featured On...
America Is Dying Slowly
Blackstreet - Level II (Mr. Cheeks)
Bulletproof (Mr. Cheeks & Freaky Tah)
Caught Up
Frankie Cutlass - Politics & Bullshit
DJ Hurricane - Don't Sleep
Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood
Anthony Hamilton - Nobody Else (Single)
Heavy D - Waterbed Hev
Kid Capri - Soundtrack To The Streets
Lil' Kim - La Bella Mafia (Mr. Cheeks)
LL Cool J - Phenomenon
Bob Marley - Chant Down Babylon (Mr. Cheeks)
Julian Marley - Awake (Mr. Cheeks)
Stephen Marley - Mind Control (Mr. Cheeks)
McGruff - Destined To Be (Mr. Cheeks)
Men Of Vizion - MOV (Mr. Cheeks)
Men Of Vizion - Do You Feel Me? (Single) (Mr. Cheeks)
New York Undercover
112 (Mr. Cheeks)
Onyx - Shut 'Em Down
Rhyme & Reason
Solo - Where Do U Want Me To Put It (Single)
Sprung
Usher - Life Of A Star (Collabo Edition Part 3) (Mr. Cheeks)
Kanye West - I'm Good (Mr. Cheeks)
Whodini - Six
Woo

Bio From AllMusic.Com
The Lost Boyz included Freaky Tah, Mr. Cheeks, Pretty Lou, and Spigg Nice. The rap quartet's first single "Lifestyles of the Rich and Shameless" earned them a contract with Uptown Records, which released their second single, "Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz," later in 1995. After the "Renee" single (recorded for the Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood soundtrack), the Lost Boyz released their debut album, Legal Drug Money. The LP hit the charts and was certified gold. Love, Peace & Nappiness followed in 1997. Freaky Tah was murdered on March 28, 1999; L.B. IV Life appeared that autumn. - John Bush

Mr. Cheeks' Bio From AllMusic.Com
Before establishing himself as a solo artist in the early 2000s, Mr. Cheeks made a name for himself as a member of the Lost Boyz in the mid- to late '90s. Cheeks and the other members of the Lost Boyz practiced a sincere, literate, non-sensational style of New York hip-hop. As a result, they never attained substantial commercial success, yet garnered substantial critical acclaim and were underground favorites. But when Freaky Tah met an unfortunate demise, the Lost Boyz soon broke ranks and remained quiet. Cheeks resurfaced in late 2001, though, and he came with a more mature outlook on life that informed his rhymes with a greater sense of knowledge and truth than before. His debut solo album, John P. Kelly, featured the massive hit single "Lights, Camera, Action!" as well as production by a broad roster of producers including Stephen Marley, Bink!, and Easy Mo Bee. - Jason Birchmeier

Official Sites: MySpace, Mr. Cheeks' MySpace, Pretty Lou's MySpace & Spigg Nice's MySpace

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