Albert Fields

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Albert Fields
Birth name Albert Jeunepierre Fields
Also known as Jeune
Born (1975-03-03) March 3, 1975 (age 42)
Genres Hip hop
Associated acts The Party

Albert Jeunepierre Fields (born March 3, 1975) is an American actor and pop singer. He was a Mousketeer on The All New Mickey Mouse Club and a member of the pop group The Party. After The Party disbanded, Albert went under the moniker Jeune (which is half of his middle name) and released a solo album in 1995 titled Back to Reality. The song "I'm da Man" was featured in the Wesley Snipes/Robert De Niro film The Fan. Jeune continues to record and perform on the indie circuit. Albert had recently reunited with his old friend, former Mouseketeer/Party bandmate Damon Pampolina to form their own group, N'Decent Proposal.

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