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Wade Robson (Kaos) and DeWayne Turrentine (Syco Smoov)
Los Angeles, United States
|Labels||MJJ Music/Epic Records|
|Associated acts||Michael Jackson
|Past members||Wade "Kaos" Robson
DeWayne "Syco Smoov" Turrentine
The duo formed in 1993. In 1994 Quo released their single "Huh What" Produced by RED MAN, followed by their second single, "Blowin' Up (Don't Stop the Music produced by Teddy Riley)", which became a hip hop hit, charting on both the Hot Rap Songs and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts.
On October 25, 1994, the duo's self-titled album was released. The following year, a third single, "Quo Funk," was released, which heavily sampled The Jacksons' "This Place Hotel, "produced by Battlecat. Quo Funk Charted #2 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles.
After "Quo Funk," the duo disbanded, with Robson becoming a successful choreographer, producer, and actor; Turrentine became a successful international super model, producer, and actor. Turrentine married actress Reagan Gomez with whom he two children, a daughter named Scarlett Annette Turrentine (born May 14, 2007,) and son named Tyger Attila Turrentine (born April 2, 2011).
- Quo (1994)
- "Huh What" (1994)
- "Blowin' Up (Don't Stop the Music)" (1994)
- "Quo Funk" (1995)
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