March 16, 2001 16:24

HE WAS LOST, NOW HE'S FOUND

Mr Cheeks appeared at a PA in Florida previewing songs from his forthcoming album...

HE WAS LOST, NOW HE'S FOUND
LOST BOYZ member MR CHEEKS wowed his guests at CLUB PALLADIUM in ORLANDO, FLORIDA on Thursday night (March 15) with an exclusive PA of forthcoming songs from his as-yet-untitled debut solo album due for release in September through UNIVERSAL.

The album will feature guest appearances from Scarface, Goodie Mobb and Stephen Marley.

The party was hosted by www.95live.com's DSX and 102 Jamz.

Miami-based group MAD Dollars opened, performing their current single 'We Gonna Get You High', featuring Mr Cheeks.
The Lost Boyz earned a reputation in the mid-'90s with their singles 'Lifestyles Of The Rich And Shameless' and 'Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz', among others.

In March 1999, during the recording of 'LB IV Life', Lost Boyz member Freaky Tah was shot and died. Spigg Nice and Pretty Lou, the two other members, are currently working on solo projects.

This will be Cheeks' first release since 'LB IV Life'.
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