Perfect Gentlemen

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Perfect Gentlemen
Origin Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Genres R&B, hip hop, new jack swing
Years active 1988–1993
Labels Columbia Records
Warner Bros. Records
Past members Corey Blakely
Maurice Starr Jr.
Miles "Masspike Miles" Wheeler
Stephen Reeves
Tyrone Sutton

Perfect Gentlemen were an American trio of teen R&B vocalists formed under the direction of Maurice Starr, who discovered New Edition and New Kids on the Block.

Starr put the group together in Boston in 1988, and had them tour the U.S opening for the New Kids.[1] An album and a video followed, and the group scored a hit single with 1990's "Ooh La La (I Can't Get Over You)", which peaked at #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #12 on the R&B/Hip Hop charts.[2]

After the group's debut album, there were some member changes as Tyrone Sutton left the group, while Miles Masspike Miles Wheeler joined the group as the lead singer while Stephen Reeves later joined the group, making it a quartet. As a quartet the group released the album The Perfect Gentlemen in 1993, which featured the singles "Don't Forget To Call" and "I Need You."


  • Corey Blakely
  • Maurice Starr Jr.
  • Tyrone Sutton (on Rated PG)
  • Miles "Masspike Miles" Wheeler (on The Perfect Gentlemen)
  • Stephen Reeves (on The Perfect Gentlemen)


Where are they now[edit]

(, Tyrone Sutton is a music teacher at the Boston Arts Academy.


  1. ^ Biography,
  2. ^ Billboard Singles,
  3. ^ Billboard,