The 90’s quartet, who had us jamming to their family-friendly tunes laced with a New Jack Swing, detailed their rise to fame and their fall from grace after Heavy D, who introduced the group to the world, abandoned them these music industry streets.
Soul 4 Real says they were eventually blackballed and were left scrambling in an effort to salvage their musical careers and relevancy.
At one point, during the interview one of the group members said he believes Heavy D’s death in 2011 was karma for doing the group dirty.
Peep a few tweets about the interview below:
— Debbie Taylor (@DeeBoTay) April 11, 2019
This Soul 4 Real interview is a mess
— ƬΛMΛЯΛ (@TammyTalks) April 11, 2019
Soul 4 Real sound like they on blunts & cigs lol
— Fawty Wop (@eville4lyf) April 11, 2019
Soul 4 real did not aged well fam!
— Random Ness (@milhousethagod) April 11, 2019
There was a lot to digest in this video and the fellas look like they’ve seen better days.
Watch the full interview below.