Live interviews and performances from this years 52nd annual Grammy's hosted by Cosandra Calloway LIVE from the Staple Center Hey.....

Join Cosandra as she interviewed
NeYo, Won-G, George Clinton, Bille Woodruff, Musiq Soulchild, Anthony Hamilton, Bishop Don "Magic" Juan, Adam Lambert, Big Papa, Jay Brown,
Jay Brown, Stacy Brandon (Polo of Black Eye Pea Stylist),Charlie Wilson, Tionne

Live performances by:
The Black Eye Peas
Jamie Fox, T-Pain, Slash, Doug E Fresh, Keith Sweat,
Aretha Franklin
Taylor Swift

 II D Extreme was an American new jack swing/urban R&B group from the early 1990s that included D'Extra Wiley, Randy Gill and Jermaine Mickey. They are known for the songs " Cry No More," "Up On The Roof" and Gap Band's cover of "Outstanding".

II D Extreme stands out on its own with a sound and flair unlike any other group emerging from the surge of New Jack R&B artists in the 90’s. Sage Lee was added to the group in 1997, making the trio a quartet.

II D Extreme converged onto the music scene as an unsigned group with what was later to become a history-making single they wrote and arranged, "Cry No More." Superjock Paco Lopez played the song, then still an un-mastered demo, on the air on WPGC-FM in the group’s hometown of Washington, D.C. The response to the song was epidemic with demand for airplay of the song spreading nationwide while the group was still unsigned. Their highly anticipated debut album, ”II D Extreme,” was released several months after the demo hit the airwaves and sold enough units to earn “Cry No More” the prestigious status of RIAA-certified Gold.

“Cry No More” also made top 15 crossover, #1 and #3 Radio & Records charts and Billboard charts. It spent 4 weeks at #1 on BET's Video Soul countdown, 7 weeks at #1 for Jet Magazine’s top charts, garnered a Soul Train Music Awards nomination, and received an ASCAP award for best urban debut song. Back at home in D.C., II D Extreme received a Wammie award. No other single recorded by a non-labeled artist has enjoyed the unique distinction of achieving such status and acclaim since the early 1950’s.

II D Extreme's music is founded in strong gospel-influenced vocals, romantic lyrics and infectious grooves that make their live performances spellbinding. The group has appeared on Jay Leno, Arsenio Hall, Soul Train, BET, MTV, and a host of other television and live performances. Behind the scenes, these men are known to be a humble, friendly, and a humorously crazy bunch.
The dissipation of their record label, Gasoline Alley, formerly of MCA, ultimately led to the group's 10-year hiatus as they all pursued their individual interests.


II D Extreme
Released: 1993
Chart positions: #115 US, #22 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums
Last RIAA certification: Gold
Singles: "Cry No More", "Up on the Roof", "Let Me Love You"

From I Extreme II Another
Released: October 26, 1996
Chart positions:
Last RIAA certification: Gold
Singles: "If I Knew Then (What I Know Now)", "You Got Me Goin'