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American R&B girl group, which comprised Brooklyn native, Farrah "Fendi" Fleurimond, Los Angeles native Jackie (a.k.a. Baby J), and Detroit native Thema "Tayma Loren" McKinney. They would later be recognized as the first female trio to be signed by Clive Davis to his J Records imprint.

The group recorded a self-titled debut album that was scheduled to be released in November 5, 2002. The album was set to feature production from Hennessy, Kenny Whitehead, Steve Estiverne, Jack Knight and Thema's brother Carlos "Pryceless" McKinney. The debut yielded four singles ("Young & Sexy", "Episode", "Hot & Tipsy" and "Little Did You Know") before its cancellation.

In 2003, the trio attended the Grammy Week Songwriters luncheon with Patti LaBelle, before their disbandment and exit from J Records.
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Albums

none Lyric (4) - Lyric / Episode Advance Album album art Lyric (4) Lyric / Episode Advance Album(CDr, Advance, Album, Promo) J Records none US 2002 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

J1PV-21182-1 Lyric (4) - Young & Sexy album art Lyric (4) Feat. Loon Lyric (4) Feat. Loon - Young & Sexy (Single) J Records J1PV-21182-1 US 2002 Sell This Version
J1PV 21238-1 Lyric (4) - Episode album art Lyric (4) Feat. Shells Lyric (4) Feat. Shells - Episode(12", Promo) J Records J1PV 21238-1 US 2002 Sell This Version
J1DJ-21262-2 Lyric (4) - Hot & Tipsy album art Lyric (4) Hot & Tipsy (Single) J Records J1DJ-21262-2 US 2003 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

none Lyric (4) - Advance Music  album art Lyric (4) Advance Music J Records none US 2002 Sell This Version

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giannisvlachos1990

giannisvlachos1990

February 16, 2019
I also like the way that the guy dances to the song "Young & sexy" by Lyric (featuring Loon), while talking to the girls a little bit. That was in the movie "The hot chick" (2002).

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