In the late 1980's, early 90's the world was hit with a musical sound that we had never heard before; it was New Jack Swing. The soulful combination of R&B and heavy Hip Hop beats invaded the Hip Hop community at a rapid pace.
Aaron Hall, born August 10, 1964; in Bronx, NY; is one of the strongest male vocalist to hit the music industry. Hall truly puts the R&B in New Jack Swing. As the lead singer for the group Guy; formed in 1987; his vocals are automatically recognized by listeners. Teaming up with songwriter/producer Teddy Riley and Timmy Gatlin (who was later replaced by Hall’s brother Damion); Guy was well on their way.
This trio truly became a household name; after two albums, 1988's Guy and 1990's The Future; and some movie scores. They truly started a wave of sound that soon caught the ears of their industry peers; but to the dismay of many, the group disbanded in late 1991. This was the time that Aaron Hall decided that it was time to try his hand at a solo career.