Solo (American band)

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For the Dutch band with the same name, see Solo (Dutch band).
Origin New York, New York, United States[1]
Genres R&B
Years active 1995 (1995)-present
Labels Perspective
  • Robert Anderson
  • Darnell Chavis
  • Daniele Stokes
Past members Eunique Mack[2]
James Smith
Dexter Connors

Solo is an American R&B musical group from New York, New York.[1] The original members were Darnell Chavis, Eunique Mack, James Smith, & Dexter Connors. Robert Anderson joined them shortly after as the bassist. Conners left the group & was replaced by Daniele Stokes & Smith was killed before they recorded their debut album with Jam & Lewis making it a quartet of Darnell Chavis, Eunique Mack, Robert Anderson & Daniele Stokes.

The group recorded their eponymous debut album in Minneapolis and released it in 1995.[3] Released on Perspective Records, the album featured production primarily by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.[4] The album produced four singles ("Where Do U Want Me to Put It", "Heaven", "He's Not Good Enough" and "Blowin' My Mind") and was eventually certified gold.[5]

Solo released their second album, 4 Bruthas & a Bass, in 1998.[6] The album produced only one single, "Touch Me", which peaked at #59 on the Billboard Hot 100.[7]



Year Album Peak chart positions[7] Certification
U.S. 200 U.S. R&B
1995 Solo 52 8 US: Gold[5]
1998 4 Bruthas & a Bass 123 25


Year Song Peak chart positions[7][8] Album
Hot 100
1995 "Where Do U Want Me to Put It" 50 8 3 45 Solo
"Heaven" 42 7 19 35
"He's Not Good Enough" 50
"Blowin' My Mind"
1998 "Touch Me" 59 26 3 4 Bruthas & a Bass


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