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Bell Biv DeVoe

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Branching off from the successful boy band, New Edition, Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins and Johnny DeVoe formed the trio of Bell Biv Devoe, and like many teen stars who continued to make music in their twenties, they embraced sex and a harder edge than anything they tried before. With funky grooves and an unapologetic raunchiness, the trio helped to propel the New Jack Swing into the charts. Although they did not achieve the same success as Bobby Brown, Bell Biv Devoe’s best chance for the Hall may lie in a combined entry with New Edition; though that induction seems quite unlikely.


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Eligible Since:

Country of Origin:

U.S.A. (Boston, Massachusetts)

NIHOF’s Favorite Album:
Poison (1990)

NIHOF’s Favorite Song:
Do Me (From Poison, 1990)

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Last modified on Saturday, 07 July 2012 10:12

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0 #1 Mike Fiorenza 2014-06-05 20:45
Are fracking kidding...is it the rock and roll or pop hall of fame? Does bell biv whatever think they are rock...i never heard them on a rock radio channel just more proof it is not a rock and roll hall of fame!

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