At Last (band)
|Origin||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Past members||Dj Say
At Last was a hip hop a cappella (also known as hiphopapella) group from Los Angeles, California. They first gained national recognition as finalists on the first season of America's Got Talent, having won their spot through viewer votes. The members of the group are Hans Cho, Michael H. Lee, Justin Fong and D.J. Say. Actress Ming-Na, and her husband, screenwriter Eric Zee, are the group's managers.
On America's Got Talent, At Last covered R&B songs from the 1970s such as "Let's Stay Together" and "Ain't No Sunshine". The songs they cover are given a hip hop beat, as beatboxing is a main component of the group's sound. They appeared in a Drake & Josh episode "Blues Brothers".
Recently, D.J. Say left the band and is pursuing a solo career while the remaining members are now called Tatum Jones.
- Driven (EP) – 2002
- A Holiday Gift (CD Single) – 2002
- The Arrival (CD Single) – 2003
- Slow It Down – 2006
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