The group formed in 1992 and were signed to the Kaper/RCA/BMG record label.
The song also peaked at #23 on the U.K. Singles chart and was a top 10 hit in Japan. It was even on Jet Magazine's "Top 20" list.
In late 1994, Chrysler requested Blackgirl to sing special lyrics of the song for a popular television advertisement.
By the time "90's Girl" was released, BlackGirl's debut album had US sales of over 200,000 units. They were nominated for three Billboard Music Awards: "R&B Singles Artist of the Year," "Top R&B Single of the Year-Airplay" and "Top R&B Single of the Year" for "90s Girl."
By the end of 1994, Blackgirl toured the U.S. with R&B singer R. Kelly for a 6-week tour, appeared on "Soul Train," and released the holiday single "Give Love on Christmas Day/Christmas Time."
They also appeared on the "Panther" movie soundtrack with the hit single "Freedom" featuring artists such as Mary J. Blige, Vanessa Williams, For Real, SWV, En Vogue, and Aaliyah.
In 1995, BlackGirl earned two Soul Train Award nominations for "Single of the Year" for "Let's Do Again" and "Album of the Year" for their debut album.
In late 1995, the group appeared on Questionmark Asylum's single, "Hey, Look Away." At the end of the year, they performed with Chuck Berry at the Apollo Theater Hall of Fame ceremony.
In 1996, BlackGirl went their separate ways and faded into obscurity.
Rochelle Stuart (now Rochelle Morgan) released a gospel album in 2010 entitled "I Choose Jesus." It is unknown what Nycolia Turman and Pam Copeland are up to today.
To see the music video for "Krazy," go to:
To see the music video for "90's Girl," go to:
To see the music video for "Where Did We Go Wrong," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Let's Do It Again," go to:
[updated on 05\19\13]