Jodeci, the 90s supergroup responsible for unforgettable records such as “Come and Talk to Me,” “Forever My Lady,” and “Feenin,” has returned after an 18-year hiatus with their newest record “Nobody Wins.” The song discourages domestic violence and violence in general and is a message personal to each member of Jodeci.
“We aren’t immune to issues that are important in our community. Domestic violence has always been an issue in relationships,” K-Ci explains. “But lately it’s been brought to the front of our community consciousness.”
In addition to “Nobody Wins,” Jodeci is recording new songs for an album that will be released in 2015.
“We’ve recorded hundreds of songs, even if it’s bits and pieces and fragments of songs that we could probably live off of for the rest of our lives,” Mr. Dalvin explained to RollingStone Magazine. “But when creating this album, we chose a body of work that really represents us as a group and represents what people are expecting to hear from Jodeci as a group. People will be pleasantly surprised.”
“Nobody Wins” is available for purchase at Amazon and all digital retailers
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