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New Edition singer continues with solo career
 

In 1980, a youthful Ralph Tresvant became one of the lead singers of the very popular R&B group, New Edition. The group, which included Bobby Brown, Michael Bivins and Ricky Bell, had #1 singles with "Cool It Now," "Candy Girl," "Mr. Telephone Man" and many others.

Ralph also went solo in 1990 with his own self-entitled album, which had major success with the singles "Sensitvity" and "Do What I Gotta Do." He released his second album, "It's Goin' Down," in 1993.

In this two-part 2006 interview (Part 1 and Part 2) with host Eve Galazin during his CD release party at Kimball's Carnival in Oakland, CA., Ralph talks about being a member of New Edition, his current CD "Rizz-Wa-Faire," and his fans.
 

 

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Videographers:  Richard R. Lee, Justin Langston   Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Dan Dillman and staff of Xzault Media Group, Kimball's Carnival

 
 


 

 

 
Ralph Tresvant
April 7, 2006

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Ralph talks about New Edition

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Ralph talks about his solo career

 
 


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