In the beginning... were these young men lighting up lives everywhere they performed. And, the people saw they were good....'Very good'. And after much talk, the word was shared throughout the land about these talented men. They delivered a strong message of hope and joy using impeccable harmonies and tight choreography. They reaffirmed the priority of family, righteous conduct and a prevailing mercy for others. The men served human kind with the trues of a whole life and a humble esteem before GOD. The male neo-soul, r&b, gospel, country, acapella, rap, jazz singing dancers served as a blueprint for youthful Christian hip-ness, and also effective cultural architects. A life style fusion of gospel due to solutions, urban due to addressed issues, r&b/soul due to musical accompaniment, rock due to accapella and acoustic guitars, and country due to their southern heritage, masterfully intertwined in a distinctive sound and sight all it's own. The men have traveled throughout the country and have been featured on the PBS, CBS and ABC television networks. They have opened for Twinkie Clark, Edwin Hawkins, John P. Kee, and Yolanda Adams while also ushering in the new contemporary sound with the likes of Kirk Franklin, Tonex, Trinity 5-7, and The Cross Movement all pillars in the Gospel music industry. Their versatility enabled them to share stages with R&B legends such as The Bar-Kays, Howard Hewitt and Ollie Woodson, and also Blues legend Denise LaSalle. And the list continues with Country favorites Stella Parton, Mike Snider and Gary Morris. Toby Hill, better known as 'Tob', Tyren Covington as 'Ty' and Ron North better known as 'Romeo', hailing from Tucson, Arizona, who has since relocated to Houston, Texas, became known as the non-forbidden.