Coming of Age (group)

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Coming of Age
Origin Compton, California, United States
Genres R&B
Years active 1990–1995
Labels Zoo Entertainment (1993-1995)

Coming of Age is a R&B quintet group that consist of Israel Spencer, Tao Kese, Terrance Quaites, Ivan Shaw & Maranthony Tabb. The group signed to Atlantic Records[1] in the 1990s. Their self-titled debut album was released in 1993 and peaked in the top ten of the Billboard Top Heatseakers chart. Their debut single "Coming Home to Love" peaked at number twenty-seven on the US chart, their follow up in 1994 "Baby Be Still" peaked at number sixty-three.[2]

In 1993, the group appeared with Tisha Campbell and Das Efx on Soul Train.[3]



Album information
Coming of Age
  • Released: 1993
  • Chart Peak: #43 (R&B) / #7 Top New Artist
  • Last RIAA Description: n/a
  • Singles: "Coming Home to Love", "Baby Be Still"
  • Worldwide sales: n/a
Album information
Comin' Correct
  • Released: 1995
  • Chart Peak: n/a / n/a
  • Last RIAA Description: n/a
  • Singles: "Sparkle", "Forever"
  • Worldwide sales: n/a


Year Title Album US
1992 "Coming Home to Love" Coming of Age 27
1994 "Baby Be Still" Coming of Age 63
1995 "Compton Long Beach Style" Compton Long Beach Style/Sparkle Maxi-Single n/a

External links[edit]

  • [1] Album and singles info, chart info and music video links.