Rahsaan Patterson starred for four years in Disney children's show "Kids Incorporated". After the series ended, Rahsaan (with his family) moved back to New York striving to resume his career with small TV roles and assorted commercials, but in the early '90s producer and friend Les Pierce persuaded him to move back to Los Angeles to record demos and try his luck as a solo artist.
Patterson sang background vocals extensively and began a successful career showing his talent and penning hits like Tevin Campbell's "Back To The World" (co-written together with Keith Crouch) and Brandy's "Baby" (written with Les Pierce).
He also wrote songs for the singers Jody Watley, Donell Jones, Ray J, Chico DeBarge and Christopher Williams and toured with Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, Jason Weaver, Martika, Colour Club, Teddy, George Duke and Stanley Clarke.
In 1997 Rahsaan Patterson signed with MCA label and recorded his self-titled debut album, a sophisticated soulful disc co-produced with Les Pierce, Keith Cruch, Jammy Jaz, Ira Schick and Dinky Bingham.
Two years later his sophomore album saw the light. "Love In Stereo" showed his mature talent in songwriting and singing although more jazz-oriented in comparison with the previous album.
The death of his father in 2000 represented a very sad event in his life that inspired him with a more aggressive style.
During the following years MCA died slowly but Rahsaan went on to work and collaborated with many artists: from jazz guitarist Jonathan Butler to singers like Shanice Wilson, Jamey Jaz, Steve Hurley, Brian Culbertson, Jimmy Somers and Van Hunt.
Finally Rahsaan Patterson made happy his fans in early 2004 when he released "After Hours" under UK-based Dome Records more than two years late on the due date. His third album was released in the United States in a different version in October, 2004.
The album included backup vocals from Trina Broussard and Van Hunt (the latter also helped him with writing and instrumental credits).