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Petitioning TV One Alfred Liggins

TVOne: Honor R&B group H-Town for their contributions to R&B music.

H-Town is one of the greatest R&B groups of the 90s, with one of the greatest lead vocalist, of all time. They have never gotten to recognition they deserve and it's time for a tribute to paid to them.

Letter to
TV One Alfred Liggins
TVOne: Honor R&B group H-Town for their contributions to R&B music. H-Town, known for their early 90s hit, "Knockin' Da Boots" has never been recognized for their massive talent. Consisting of twin brothers Keven "Dino" Conner, Solomon "Shazam" Conner and their best friend Darryl "GI" Jackson, they were one of the best male R&B groups of the 90s, with one of the greatest lead vocalists of all time. Due to issues with their record labels over the years, their other singles and albums didn't reach the height of "Knockin' Da Boots." Then in 2003, lead singer, Keven "Dino" Conner was tragically killed. Despite the tragedy, Solomon "Shazam" Conner and Darryl "GI" Jackson, have pressed on. Selling sold out shows, making new music and so much more. They have worked so hard to keep H-Town alive and to honor Dino's memory. After 20 years in the music industry, it's time for them to be honored. First, the fans would like to petition for an episode of "Unsung" on TVOne to be dedicated to H-Town. They are true examples of unsung artists and it's time for their story to be told. There are still some fans that don't know Dino passed away, mainly due in part to mainstream not giving them much deserved attention. Let their story be heard.

Aside from "Knockin' Da' Boots", H-Town has a large discography of great music with such songs as, "Emotions", "Part Time Lover", "They Like it Slow", a classic rendition of "A Thin Line Between Love & Hate", and so much more! The fans have wanted this for a long time and it would be great to finally see this come to fruition. Shazam and GI have worked even harder since losing Dino 10 years ago. It would be great to show them love and let them know that all of their hard work is not in vain, and would also be a great way to help keep Dino's memory alive.