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|Origin||Washington, D.C., United States|
|Labels||RCA Records (Dropped)|
Me-2-U was a vocal quintet that formed in Washington, D.C., United States. The group was composed of Jerry Lattisaw (brother of Stacy Lattisaw), DeVaughn Howard, Eric Sanders, Damon Dunnock and Tony Dumas. The group released their self-titled debut album on BMG/RCA Records in 1993. Two of the album's singles, "All Night" and "Want U Back", charted, reaching #57 and #45 on the R&B charts respectively.
After the group disbanded, many of the group's members continued to record music in different groups as well as solo albums. Jerry Lattisaw and Tony Dumas (also known as Anthony McDonald) went on to join the group Majusty, which later changed its name to Prophet Jones. The group released one self-titled album in 2001 and released the singles "Woof", "Lifetime" and "Cry Together", a cover of the classic O'Jays recording. Devaughn Howard (also known as Devon Howard) and Eric Sanders (also known as Eriq J'Mar) went on to form the group Diversiti and released one self-titled album in 2002. Both Devaughn Howard and Eric Sanders have recorded and released solo albums using their monikers Devon Howard and Eriq J'Mar.
- Jerry Lattisaw
- DeVaughn Howard
- Eric Sanders
- Damon Dunnock
- Tony Dumas
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