Chicagoans Tonya Kelly, Joi Marshall, and Di Reed made up the mid-90s R&B sensation, Jade. The trio found success with "I Wanna Love You," a song they performed for the soundtrack to rappers Kid ‘N Play’s 1992 film Class Act. The single broke into the R&B Top 10 and hit number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 and paved the way for their definitive single, "Don't Walk Away." This lead single, off their platinum-selling debut, Jade To The Max, was performed on The Tonight Show andThe Arsenio Hall Show. They released their second studio album around the same time, which failed to achieve the success of their debut, though the ladies co-wrote and produced much of it. Jade disbanded shortly thereafter, but Pandora listeners know that the “Jade” channel will still keep them grooving all day long.