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New Release: Visit New Rhyme.com
for 99 cent Downloads.

1. All about Stayin Together
2. Can't Let You
3. Don't Be Afraid (To Give It Up)
4. Freaky With You
5 I Can't Say No
6. I Just Wanna Be With You
7. I Want You For Myself
8. Let's Get Sexual
9. Now That The Love Is Gone
10. Yes I Do
11. You Said You Love Me
12. I Can't Say No (Talk Version)
Produced By: G Mackey/D Patton/D McLane 4 New Rhyme Productions.
All Music Published By: Daedal Music/BMI

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NEW ARTIST/DEBUT ALBUM:
Oak III: A Bay Area Band (a.k.a. ‘Together Band)
Performed the Lead & Background Vocals on the Multi-Platinum Album “Short Doggs in the House” (by Too Short), which produced the Grammy Nominated Single, “THE GHETTO”. After spending much of the late 80’s in Hollywood, the young, talented singer/songwriter/musicians signed a five-year deal with the legendary Holland-Dozier-Holland, as “Artists”, “Writers” and “Producers”.
After penning over 50 songs on various artists and no releases, the group felt it was time to go their separate ways. Even though Holland’s were no longer promoting artists, and while they did not experience commercial success, the members of Oak III felt it was still a great experience working with such renowned songwriters in the world with over 100 #1 songs to their credit.
While the group was not successful because of 'label-Politics', they were in ‘college’ as far as they were concerned. Their musical career were still in its infancy. Oak III learned Production Skills, Songwriting Skills, Music Arrangement, Composition Skills and Engineering, all from some of the Greatest Songwriter/Producers ever!
They had the opportunity to work in great studios such as West-Lake Studios, Paramount, Warner Bros. and Motown Studios, just to name a few. After becoming frustrated and tired of “the college life” the group decided to get their degrees and end the record deal.
Upon returning to The Bay in the early 90’s, OAK III used their acquired skills and natural talents to collaborate on one of the biggest records in the world, “THE GHETTO” (Too Short).
NOW! Finally releasing the long awaited album, OAK III: SWEET AND NASTY containing some of the Sweetest, Nastiest Love Songs of all time such as “Freaky With You”, “Can’t Let You Go”, “Don’t Be Afraid (To Give It Up)”, “I Can’t Say No” and many more!
Looking for a Professional and Exciting show? Don’t miss OAK III & The Together Ban “LIVE” Check the demos out right here!