Mint Condition

Music Group Signing their first record deal in 1989, Mint Condition is best known for hits like "What Kind of Man Would I Be," "You Don't Have to Hurt No More" and "Breakin' My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes)." The chart-topping band, known for its fusion of R&B, funk, jazz, soul and rock, has released eight studio albums since their 1991 debut. In December 2012, they were inducted into the SoulMusic Hall of Fame at and will be featured in an episode of TV One's Unsung in 2013.

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Apollo Live Photo Recap EP 208: Venor Yard Knocks the Crowd off Their Feet

Mint Condition kills their performance of their classic track "Pretty Brown Eyes" and contestant Venor Yard wins by singing a Stevie Wonder hit.

Setting the Stage: Mint Condition Brings the Funk and the Noise to Apollo Live

R&B and funk's premiere contemporary band will set the Apollo Live roof on fire!

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20 years ago, on May 18, 1993, Janet Jackson went from star to superstar. That's the day she release her fifth album, simply titled "janet." The LP broke records for sales by a female artist and broke rules by promoting female sexuality and indepe...

BET Honors: Inside Edition: Honors Rehearsals

We're on stage and behind the scenes with the 2013 Honors. (1/29/2013)
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