Reel Tight

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Reel Tight
Origin Chattanooga, Tennessee
Genres R&B
Years active 1997–1999
Labels G-Funk / Restless
Associated acts Warren G
Members Bobby Kane
Bobby Rice
Danny Johnson
Reggie Long

Reel Tight was an American R&B group composed of Chattanooga, Tennessee natives Bobby Kane, Bobby Rice, Danny Johnson and Reggie Long.

The group was discovered by rapper and producer Warren G in 1996, who then signed them to his G-Funk Entertainment label. Reel Tight's first appearance came on Warren G's "Relax Ya Mind" from his 1997 album Take a Look Over Your Shoulder. Two year later, their debut album Back to the Real was released, however, both the album and its lead single, "I Want U", failed to make an impact. Both made brief appearances on the Billboard charts before dropping off the charts less than a month later. They would make their final appearance on Warren G's I Want It All later in 1999 before disappearing from the music industry.

Discography[edit]

Year Title Chart positions
U.S. U.S. R&B
1999 Back to the Real 197 32