Antoine "T.C.D." Lundy
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|Antoine "T.C.D." Lundy|
Antoine Lundy, left
|Birth name||Antoine Maurice Lundy|
|Born||February 3, 1963|
|Origin||Staten Island, New York|
|Died||January 18, 1998
East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
|Genres||Soul, new jack swing, quiet storm|
|Labels||Tommy Boy/Reprise/Warner Bros. Records|
|Associated acts||Force MDs|
Antoine "T.C.D." Lundy (February 3, 1963 – January 21, 1998) was a member and singer of the contemporary R&B group Force MDs, whose other members included his brother Stevie D, their uncle Jesse Lee Daniels, and friends Trisco Pearson and Charles "Mercury" Nelson. The group had a string of R&B hits through the 1980s, scoring a top-ten pop hit was the slow jam "Tender Love," which was featured in the 1985 film Krush Groove. The group also appeared in the hip hop-inspired motion picture Rappin' (1985). 1987 produced the group's first R&B #1, "Love is a House".
By the mid-1980s, T.C.D. had emerged as one of the preeminent lead vocalists of the group. He is featured as the lead singer on many of the band's most successful hit singles, including both "Tender Love" and "Love is a House." In addition, T.C.D. co-wrote many of the band's songs. In style Lundy had a falsetto voice that was reminiscent of Philip Bailey's of Earth, Wind and Fire.
- Love Letters (1984)
- Chillin' (1985)
- Touch & Go (1987)
- Step to Me (1990)
- Moments in Time
- 1985: Rappin'
- 1989: Limit Up