N-Toon

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N-Toon
N-Toon.jpg
N-Toon, 2000
Background information
Origin Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Genres R&B
Years active 1996–2001
Labels DreamWorks Records
Past members Lloyd
Justin Clark
Everett Hall

Chucie D. Reynolds

N-Toon was an R&B group from Atlanta created by former Klymaxx frontwoman Joyce Irby in 1996. She searched through Atlanta phonebooks and found Lloyd Polite, Justin Clark, and Everett Hall at Wings of Faith Ministries (Pastor Dreyfus C. Smith) in the city. Lloyd's younger brother Chuckie D. Reynolds later joined the group. All of the members were between the ages of nine and thirteen. The group disbanded in 2001.


Citing influences such as the Backstreet Boys and The Jackson 5, N-Toon has also appeared on Radio Disney's Peanut Butter n' Jam Summer Concert in the Park series. Their debut album Toon Time was released on Dreamworks in March 2000. Later that year, MCA Records crossed over into its parent company, Geffen Records. Many of the artists on its roster were let go, including N-Toon.

Discography[edit]

Album[1][edit]

Album Information
Toon Time
  • Released: March 21, 2000

Singles[1][edit]

Year Title Album
1999 "Shoulda Been My Girl" Toon Time
2000 "Ready"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b N-Toon Biography