Teen R&B sensations 2 Much
are preparing to hit the road on the BET Scream Tour, where they will join Omarion
to perform "Fire." The group is the newest addition to the Music World Music family, which includes J Xavier
, Solange Knowles
, Sunshine Anderson
, Mic Little
and others. Currently in the studio recording their debut album We 2 Much
with super-producer Sean Garrett, the group is experiencing the success of their first single "Fire," written and produced by Chris Stokes and David Awogboro, which is already burning up MTV Hits, MTV Jams and BET. We 2 Much
is set to drop in the spring of 2007.
"We are thrilled to welcome 2 Much into the Music World Music family," said Music World Entertainment CEO Mathew Knowles who manages the group with Max Gousse and Chris and Monyee Stokes. "They have supreme talent, charm and determination – all the makings of a super star act."
The dynamic foursome – Chris Cheeks, Myles Cleveland, Milo Stokes and Marcel Wildy – has been working together for years fusing such musical influences as the Jackson 5
, Marvin Gaye
and Jay Z
, plus classic soul. The group is also slated to embark on the MX2 national teen tour with fellow Music World Music star J. Xavier and Def Jam Recording artist Mic Little in the spring of 2007.
2 Much is currently working with the highly successful singer Omarion, who signed them to his O Records. This will be the label's first release through a joint venture between T.U.G. (The Ultimate Group) and Music World Music. Omarion says I know this might be a big cliché, but they're like B2K
, a different version—a better version!"
Famed producer and manager, Chris Stokes, the guiding force behind multi-platinum music acts B2K and Immature/ IMX is responsible for bringing 2 Much to the forefront of music. Stokes is currently CEO of the successful music and entertainment group, TUG that is home to such artists as Omarion, Marques Houston
, Mila J, as well as many more upcoming acts.
Chris Stokes declares, "2 Much are all about Hip-hop and vocals. They're like the new Jackson 5. I see something special that I've never seen in a young boys' group before."