In the same year, Williams would also reunite with group members of Mint Condition to release their independent project Livin’ The Luxury Brown, followed by E-Life, 7… and Music At the Speed of Life.
In 2011, Williams received his first Grammy nomination for Best R&B Performance as a featured artist on Kelly Price’s single “Not My Daddy.”
French/English/American quartet Ursus Minor would bring Stockley onboard as a drummer and singer in 2005.
With his prior experience in percussion, Stokley would go on to have a successful career as a session musician working with the likes of Janet Jackson, New Edition, Luther Vandross, Usher and Toni Braxton.
Stockley would continue on to assist in the creation of projects such as The Robert Glasper Experiment’s Black Radio and Wale’s The Gifted.