Old School Video of The Week – New Edition: “My Secret (Didja Gitit Yet?)”

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New Edition My Secret

The year was 1984 when New Edition teamed up with some NBA players from the L.A. Lakers at the time for the video to “My Secret (Didja Gitit Yet?)”. The single was off of their second album self-entitled, New Edition. “My Secret (Didja Gitit Yet?” ended up at #100 on the Billboard charts with little fanfare, due to the four other hits, the group were able to manufacture previously.

New Edition would embark on an illustrious career that would bring them success as solo artists, and other groups that were created into adulthood. One would argumentatively be one best boy groups of the 80’s and 90’s.

-Ms Scripter

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Old School Video of the Week: Ralph Tresvant – “Do What I Gotta Do”.

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The year was 1990, when Ralph Tresvant released, “Do What I Gotta to Do”, off his solo album simply entitled, Ralph Tresvant. The lead singer of New Edition embarked on a journey of his own as other band mates completed their projects. People wondered at the time if Tresvant could be as successful without the rest of his band mates and he proved that he proved otherwise. He never went away from the formula that has made him successful with New Edition. Tresvant wasn’t known as the flamboyant member, he was quite the opposite compared to his other band mates.

Ralph Tresvant has since went platinum and also reached number one on the Billboard R&B charts and “Do What I Got To Do”, reached number 2 on the R&B Billboard charts as well – chalk that up as a highly successful debut. New Edition as a whole created a fraction of successful acts from Ralph Tresvant, Bobby Brown, BBD, and Johnny Gill. Which argumentatively places them as one of the most successful boy groups of all-time since the Jackson 5.

New Edition as a whole created a fraction of successful acts from Ralph Tresvant, Bobby Brown, BBD, and Johnny Gill. Which, argumentatively places them as one of the most successful boy groups of all-time, since the Jackson 5.

-Ms Scripter

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