The question may come up, when thinking about the group Another Bad Creation, where are they now? Another Bad Creation (ABC) was an R&B and hip hop group that hailed from Atlanta, Georgia, and was discovered by Michael Bivins of New Edition. The successful release of their platinum album "Coolin' at the Playground Ya Know!" on the Motown label produced the singles Iesha and Playground, which reached the top ten on the Billboard's R&B and Pop charts. The preteen, six-member band, consisting of Romell “RoRo” Chapman, Chris Sellers, David Shelton, brothers Demetrius "Red" and Marliss "Mark" Pugh, as well as the unofficial member Adrian “G.A.” Witcher, also earned themselves a role in the 1993 movie "Meteor Man." There was another small appearance made by Mark and Dave in Michael Jackson's "Black or White" video alongside actor Macaulay Culkin.
Another Bad Creation's second album, "It Aint What U Wear, It's How U Play It!" was released in September 1993. The album was hit by the sophomore jinx and it's singles and album both failed to chart on Billboard. Another Bad Creation then faded out completely and were never heard from again. So where are they now?
All members of the group are very much alive and well. In 2006, the group formed their own label called Another Bad Creation LLC, and released an all-rap EP called "Grady Baby Compilation." The album cover only featured four of the six members and also failed to chart anywhere on Billboard. The group has not released any albums or other singles since on their independent label.
The guys from Another Bad Creation are rumored to be releasing a "Where Are They Now?" DVD feature very soon. No matter what the guys from Another Bad Creation may be up to at this very moment, the group enjoyed success in the early 1990s. After all, how many people can say that they had two top-ten songs and a platinum album on the Billboard charts before they turned fourteen? Not many.
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