This Video Of 112 Has R&B Fans In Their Feels

ATLANTA - JUNE 10:  Recording group, 112, attends the VIBE Music Festival at the Georgia Dome on June 10, 2005 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Ray Tamarra/Getty Images)

This Video Of 112 Has R&B Fans In Their Feels

They still got it.

Published October 25, 2017

R&B group 112 still has the juice. Although the group was most popular in the late 1990s and 2000s, the quartet recently surprised fans with an a cappella performance, and their vocals were flawless.

In a video that was published on The Shade Room, the band was captured flexing their vocal muscles as a crowd of fans huddled around them. The group delivered a melodic rendition of their 1997 classic, “Cupid.” 

While the video was a nice treat for their day one supporters, the performance was promoting their upcoming album, Q, Slim, Mike, Daron – which are the members’ real names. The group also debuted the album's cover art and tracklist on October 14. The album features appearances by other 1990s favorites, including Jagged Edge and Faith Evans.  The tracklist also includes “Dangerous Woman,” which they released earlier this month.

Q, Slim, Mike, Daron is the group’s first studio album in 12 years. Their last group album was 2005’s Pleasure & Pain. In 2015 the men did appear at the BET Awards for the Bad Boy Reunion.

The new project drops October 27. Check out their performance below. 

Written by Jessica McKinney

(Photo: Ray Tamarra/Getty Images)


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