from Atlanta, GA
September 30, 1978 (age 43)
Under the auspices of Bad Boy Records CEO Sean Diddy Combs, R&B singer/songwriter Marvin Slim Scandrick III enjoyed success as a member of Grammy Award-winning Atlanta quartet 112, who frequently topped the R&B charts with hip-hop-friendly hits such as "Only You" (1996), "Cupid" (1997), and "Peaches & Cream" (2001). 112 took a hiatus from the recording booth after the completion of their fifth studio album, Pleasure Pain (2005), though the four crooners were still performing together live. Nevertheless, Slim utilized that time to found his own company, M3 Productions, and acquire a solo deal jointly with Asylum and Atlantic. As Asylum's first R&B signee, Slim recorded his debut Love's Crazy (2008), which featured the Top Five R&B single "So Fly" with guest verses by Yung Joc and Shawty Lo. After the release of a mixtape, Slim signed to the independent Shanachie label and released a second solo album, Refueled (2016). ~ Cyril Cordor, Rovi
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