R&B Group Next Reunite After Failed Label Deals, Group Conflicts & Illness

R&B group Next has reunited with all three original members: Robert “R.L.” Huggar, Terry “T-Low” Brown and Raphael “Tweet” Brown. After several failed attempts of releasing albums on 50 Cents’ G-Unit label and Matthew Knowles’ Music World Entertainment, the group disbanded. The break-up is also credited to Raphael “Tweet” Brown leaving the group due to conflicts with R.L. and T-Low suffering from a career-threatening throat condition.

Now that band settled their differences and T-Low’s throat condition has been successfully corrected through surgery, Next is embarking on their fourth studio album ‘Music 101.’

As the band records new material, Tweet describes the group by saying, “We are giving the world that raw R&B we are known for. Stellar vocals, clever lyrics, and harmony that will move any audience…Our performance game has elevated with our maturity and experiences.”


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