The O'Jays

Musical Group The R&B quartet from Canton, Ohio, formed in 1963 and are still going strong. With hits like “Back Stabbers,” “For the Love of Money,” “Give the People What They Want,” “I Love Music,” “Livin’ for the Weekend” and “Darlin’ Darlin’ Baby (Sweet Tender Love),” the sample used in Big Pun’s hit “I’m Not a Player.” In 2004, the group was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and in 2005 they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2009, the band was honored with a BET Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Music News: K-Ci & JoJo Are Fans of Drake's "Jodeci Back Freestyle"

R&B duo discuss My Brother's Keeper. (10/17/2013)

This Day in Black History: June 16, 1942

Eddie Levert, the lead singer of the O'Jays and father to R&B singer Gerald Levert, was born on June 16, 1942.

The O'Jays Sue Crown Royal Over Big K.R.I.T. Commercial

R&B group says they did not co-sign the new Dr. J commercial.

Get On Board: Eddie Levert

A look back at the incredible man who provided the heart, soul and voice of The O'Jays Eddie Levert

BET Awards: A Lifetime of Achievement for The O'Jays

Highlights: The O'Jays are presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award (6/28/2009)
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