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    Jade, the R&B group active in the early to mid-1990s, left an indelible mark on the music scene. Comprising Tonya Kelly, Joi Marshall, and Di Reed, the trio’s success soared with their breakout hit “I Wanna Love You” on the Class Act soundtrack in 1992. The single not only cracked the Top 10 of the R&B charts but also reached #16 on the Billboard Hot 100.Their follow-up single, “Don’t Walk Away,” became a monumental success, climbing to #2 on the R&B chart and earning gold certification from the RIAA in 1993, with global sales of 1.5 million copies. Subsequent releases, including “Looking for Mr. Do Right” and “One Woman,” contributed to the platinum status of their debut album, “Jade to the Max.” Jade’s impact extended beyond the music charts, as their success propelled them to notable appearances on The Tonight Show, The Arsenio Hall Show, and the prestigious U.K.’s Top of the Pops. Despite their relatively brief career, Jade’s legacy endures, reminding fans of a golden era in R&B music.

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