Saturday, January 17, 2009
Teece was a former member of dance trio, Get Busy Girls. The girls were originally members of the five-piece music group, Attitude, but after losing two members of the group, they became Nuttin' Nyce.
In 1993, Liz was replaced by Eboni Foster. The group was spotted by Pocketown Records A&R man, Rodney Ellis in a Los Angeles club and signed the group to the label as its first act.
The album was described by critics as "full of sexual innuendo and laviscious posturing" and "stacked with passionate ballads, boomin' beats and lascivious posturing."
Nuttin' Nyce was featured on Hi-Five's single, "What Can I Say To You (To Justify My Love)" which was a moderate R&B hit.
The song was featured on the "A Low Down Dirty Shame" movie soundtrack.
Eboni Foster signed a record deal with MCA Records. In 1998, she released her debut solo album, "Just What You Want" and scored a moderate hit with the song "Crazy For You."
Teece Wallace is a member of the Divadom Entertainment Group. It is unknown what Onnie Ponder is up to today.
To see the music video for "In My Nature," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Down 4 Whateva," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Nasty Girl," go to:
To see the music video for "Froggie Style," go to:
As a bonus, here is the music video for Hi-Five and Nuttin' Nyce's song, "What Can I Say To You (To Justify My Love)":
[updated on 05/18/13]