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Wade Robson (Kaos) and DeWayne Turrentine (Syco Smoov)
Los Angeles, United States
|Labels||MJJ Music/Epic Records|
|Associated acts||Michael Jackson
|Past members||Wade "Kaos" Robson
DeWayne "Syco Smoov" Turrentine
Quo was a short-lived rap group composed of Wade Robson (born 1982) and DeWayne Turrentine (born 1979) that was signed to Michael Jackson's Epic Records sub-label, MJJ Music during the explosion of kid rap duos. The duo came together in 1994 and released the single "Blowin' Up (Don't Stop the Music)" which became a minor hip hop hit, charting on both the Hot Rap Singles chart and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. On October 25, 1994, the duo's self-titled album was released but failed to make it to any of the Billboard charts. The following year, a second single, "Quo Funk," was released, which heavily sampled the Jacksons' “This Place Hotel,” but it only made it to #2 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles. After "Quo Funk," the duo disbanded, with Wade Robson becoming a successful choreographer, producer, and actor; while DeWayne Turrentine became a fashion model and married actress Reagan Gomez-Preston on November 10, 1999 and has two children with Reagan Gomez-Preston, a daughter named Scarlett Annette Turrentine (born May 13, 2007) and son named Tyger Turrentine (born April 2, 2011).
- 1994: Quo
- 1994: "Huh What"
- 1994: "Blowin' Up (Don't Stop the Music)"
- 1995: "Quo Funk"
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