The Boogie Boys
|Origin||Harlem, New York, United States|
|Associated acts||Sweet Sensation, Tony Terry|
|Past members||William "Boogie Knight" Stroman|
Joe "Romeo J.D." Malloy
Rudy "Lil' Raheim" Sheriff
It was the first hip hop group that signed with Capitol Records, and it had a major hit in America in 1985 with the single "A Fly Girl" and several successful albums.
In 1988, Rudy Sheriff left the group and, soon after, it disbanded.
The group were veterans in sampling using high end systems such as Synclavier, Fairlight, an Emulator and a Synergy.
- William "Boogie Knight" Stroman (deceased)
- Joe "Romeo J.D." Malloy
- Rudy "Lil' Rahiem" Sheriff
|Year||Title||Label||US R&B Chart||US Top 200|
|1985||City Life||Capitol/EMI Records||10||56|
|1986||Survival of the Freshest||27||124|
- "You Ain't Fresh (High Noon Mix)" (1985) US R&B #60
- "A Fly Girl" (1985) US Hot 100 #102 US R&B #6
- "Girl Talk" (1986) US R&B #62
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