is the third and final studio album by R&B group The Boys, released on June 27, 1992, on Motown and personally run label HAK Productions. After the moderate success of the group's second album, The Boys, they sought to reinvent themselves. Produced heavily by member Hakeem Abdulsamad, it featured a somewhat more hardcore feel than their previous efforts. The album, though rougher, showed the group's maturity and some songs are a tribute to deceased label mate MC Trouble.
Lead Vocals – The Boys. Mastered By – Herb Powers. Mixed By – Dave Way (tracks: 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10), Hakeem Abdulsamad, John Karpowich (tracks: 1, 5, 6, 11, 12). Producer – Hakeem. Scratches – Tray-Ski.
is the third and final studio album by R&B group The Boys released on June 27, 1992 on Motown and personally run label HAK Productions. After the moderate success of the group's sophomore album, The Boys, they sought to reinvent themselves. The album did not sit well however with Motown executives and the album was promoted poorly. Hence, it only went as high as on the Billboard 200 and on the Billboard R&B. Its title track peaked at number on the Billboard Hot R&B but failed to be the hit the group anticipated. Due to the lack of label support and the other singles failing to chart, it would be the last album the group would release for Motown. Studio album by The Boys.
Album: The Saga Continues. The album, though rougher, showed the group’s maturity and some songs are a tribute to deceased label mate MC Trouble.
The Saga Continues is about the boys growing up. The lyrics are raunchy and risky but they get the job done. All of the songs on the album are terrific. This is by far the best The Boys release ever! Unfortunately it was their last. I'm waiting anxiously for Motown to release a greatest hits album in The Boys' honor.
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A coming-out and swan-song album (all-in-one) for the Abdul Samad brothers, who produced and wrote every track. Hakeem and Bilal Abdul Samad supply most of the creative juices; and their parents, Angela and Jabari Abdul Samad, get exec-producer props. This was a definite attempt to harden their soft bubblegum image, but apparently, Motown's hierarchy didn't appreciate solid efforts like "Apple Juice," "Hak's House of Pleasure," "You Got Me Crying," and the title track. So the otion-poor album never got recognized.
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