Father MC

Singer Timothy "Father MC" Brown as a marquee artist on the emerging Uptown Records when Sean "Puffy" Combs was a budding A&R executive. His 1990 debut album, Father's Day, featured the single "Got to Be Real," which included backing vocals by a then unkown Mary J Blige. Likewise, "Treat 'Em Like They Want to Be Treated" featured Jodeci. Two years later, he released another album with Uptown, Close to You, before parting ways from his recording home.  He has since changed his name to Fambody, posed in a spread in Playgirl magazine and released several largely overlooked albums.

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