The Boys (American band)

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The Boys
Genres R&B, new jack swing
Years active 1984–1993 (as The Boys)
2000–present (as Suns of Light)
Labels Motown
Members Khiry Abdulsamad
Hakim Abdulsamad
Tajh Abdulsamad
Bilal Abdulsamad

The Boys are an American R&B quartet composed of the four Abdulsamad brothers, Khiry (born 1973), Hakim (born 1975), Tajh (born 1976), and Bilal (born 1979). The group started out singing in Carson, California. The group had three #1 singles on the R&B charts but never had a mainstream pop #1.

Members[edit]

  • Khiry Abdulsamad (born November 8, 1973)
  • Hakim Abdulsamad (born March 26, 1975) - starred in Ernest Goes to Camp and voiced Franklin in This Is America, Charlie Brown.
  • Tajh Abdulsamad (born December 8, 1976)
  • Bilal Abdulsamad (born April 17, 1979)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 1988: Dial My Heart #13 Pop, #1 R&B
  • 1989: Lucky Charm #1 R&B
  • 1989: A Little Romance #29 R&B
  • 1989: Happy #57 R&B
  • 1990: Crazy #29 Pop, #1 R&B
  • 1990: Thing Called Love #14 R&B
  • 1991: Thanx 4 the Funk # 8 R&B
  • 1992: Tonite # 3 R&B
  • 1992: The Saga Continues... #15 R&B
  • 1992: Doin It Wit the B

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