Cindy and Teresa used to be teammates on the Texas Southern University women's basketball team and kept the team entertained by singing soulful songs by R&B artists such as Shirley Murdock, Anita Baker, & Angela Winbush. Cindy also liked to solo on freestyle raps.
The girls later hooked up with Jamie Williams, who was a student at Prairie View A&M University and moonlighted as a Houston Oilers' Derrick Doll at an audition for another local group. The three of them hit off so well that they decided to forget the audition and start their own group.
The trio's original name was "Spyce" and they performed locally for a couple of years and in 1995, they headed to Los Angeles where they met music producer, T-Smoov of the Def Squad and later worked with Erick Sermon.
In 1997, the group released their debut album, "Makin' Moves Everyday" which peaked at #93 on Billboard's R&B Albums chart.
The last single from the album, "Makin' Moves" featuring Keith Murray, peaked at #73 on Billboard's Hot R&B Singles chart, staying on the chart for 4 weeks.
After that, it seemed as if the group had faded into obscurity. These days, Cindy Goodson is the president and C.E.O. of the Le Mystique Consulting Boutique and is currently working on a second Master's degree. One of the girls has changed her stage name to Scenic Woods and has an active solo music career, but I am not sure which one of them is it.
To see Scenic Woods' Reverbnation.com page, go to:
To follow Scenic Woods on Twitter, go to:
To see the music video for "Everyday," go to:
To see the music video for "Makin' Moves," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Red Lights," go to:
[updated on 05\31\13]