The girls were backup singers for a couple of acts during the late 80s and their demo tape was produced by none other than Teddy Riley (the founder of the New Jack Swing movement) and Kyle West. They met with Uptown Records' producer, Andre Harrell and started working on their debut album.
By the end of Al B. Sure's tour, the girls split up. After the breakup, Terri went to New York & sang for another group called Key West, but they never released an album.
After that, Terri reunited with Monica and became a duo (with Tara as their manager). These days, the Gyrlz have seemed to have faded into obscurity.
According to various sources, the group's debut album is very hard to find. If you're looking to find it on Ebay, it's between $60 to $200 dollars.
To see the music video for "Jam Jam If You Can," go to:
To see the music video for "If It's Games You're Playing," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Wishing You Were Here," go to:
[Updated on 04\04\12]