College Boyz

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College Boyz
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College Boyz
Background information
Also known as RMG
Origin Los Angeles, California, USA
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1991–1994
Labels Virgin/EMI Records
Members R.O.M.
B. Selector
DJ Cue

The College Boyz was an American hip hop group and voice actors composed of R.O.M., Squeak, B. Selector and DJ Cue.

The group was signed to Virgin Records. Originally calling itself RMG, the group changed its name to College Boyz upon moving to Los Angeles.

They released their debut, Radio Fusion Radio, on April 7, 1992 through Virgin Records. The album wasn't a huge success, but it managed to make it to three different charts, peaking at #118 on the Billboard 200, #25 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #2 on the Top Heatseekers. Radio Fusion Radio also featured the hit single "Victim of the Ghetto", which peaked at #68 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Hot Rap Singles.

On October 4, 1994 the group released their second and final album Nuttin' Less Nuttin' Mo'. It wasn't a success, only making it to #80 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and producing a single "Rollin" that only made it to #49 on the Hot Rap Singles. The College Boyz disbanded in 1994 with Romany "R.O.M." Malco eventually becoming a successful actor.


Year Album Chart Positions
US US Hip-Hop Heatseekers
1992 Radio Fusion Radio 118 25 2
1994 Nuttin' Less Nuttin' Mo' - 80 -
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or not released