The Product G&B
|The Product G&B|
|Associated acts||The Refugee Camp|
|Members||Sincere (David McRae)
Money Harm (Marvin Moore-Hough)
Since their debut in 1998, the duo lent their vocals to several tracks on Pras' Ghetto Superstar album, including the single "Blue Angels".
Wyclef Jean convinced Arista Records chief Clive Davis to release "Maria Maria", the duo's collaboration with Carlos Santana, which contributed to Santana's "Supernatural" album eventually selling over 30 million albums worldwide. The song became a worldwide number one hit and 15 times platinum winning. Maria Maria was named the 14th most successful song on the Billboard-History Hot 100 "last decades" and the second most successful song of all-time in the Latin-Charts. In the year 2000 the song Maria Maria was Grammy awarded. The Product G&B also released the singles, "Cluck Cluck" (US- Dance-Charts No.13) and "Dirty Dancin" and 15 more songs.
In 2011, Sincere along with rapper Mike Street formed the rock band Guitars N Bandanaz.
On May 23, 2014 "The Product G&B" released in Europe together with DJ Mr. Da-Nos the EP "Summer Nights in Brazil" (Universal Music) and hit the iTunes albums charts straight at no.1 and was nominated for the MTV EMA's 2014.
At present The Product G&B is touring in Europe and recording their new single (release April 2015) and their album inkl. featurings with several worldwide renowned music artists.
- 2001: Ghetto & Blues
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