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2011–present: I Missed Us
In 2011, SWV signed a record deal with Mass Appeal Entertainment and E1 Entertainment. On June 10, 2011, SWV was featured on the official remix of Chris Brown's remake of their "Right Here/Human Nature" song, "She Ain't You". SWV released "Co-Sign" on December 15, 2011 via iTunes as the first single from their fourth studio album, I Missed Us. VH1 ranked SWV No. 88 on their 100 Greatest: Women in Music list. Billboard named SWV the No. 7 R&B Act and the No. 2 Top Selling/Airplay R&B Female Group of the 1990s. The track listing for SWV's I Missed Us was released on[16] The album was released on April 17, 2012 via eOne Music and Mass Appeal Entertainment

SWV appeared on the television talk show The Wendy Williams Show on April 17, 2012 to promote the release of I Missed Us and to perform the hit song "Co-Sign". The album then went to No. 1 on the iTunes R&B albums chart. On June 1, 2012, SWV announced that their next single to be released from I Missed Us would be "Love Unconditionally". On June 28, 2012 the song "I'm So into You" from the triple platinum album It's About Time was ranked at No. 18 on VH1's 40 Greatest R&B Songs of the '90s. On November 4, 2012, SWV performed on Black Girls Rock!, an organization to inspire young black girls, on BET. On July 7, 2013, during the Essence Music Festival, SWV announced that WE tv green-lit 6 episodes set to air in early 2014 that will detail their lives as a group and individually, professionally and personally. It will also address their 1998 breakup and their subsequent reunion.

SWV appeared on the television talk show The Wendy Williams Show on April 17, 2012 to promote the release of I Missed Us and to perform the hit song "Co-Sign".

Sisters with Voices, better known as SWV, is an American female R&B, Grammy nominated trio from New York City. Formed in 1990 as a gospel group, SWV became one of the most successful R&B groups of the 1990s. They had a series of hits, including "Weak", "Right Here/Human Nature", "I'm So into You", and "You're the One". The group disbanded in 1998 to pursue solo projects, and reunited in 2005.

SWV (an abbreviation for Sisters With Voices) was formed by Cheryl Gamble, Tamara Johnson and Leanne Lyons (with Lelee and Coko as founding members). After getting their demo together, the trio sent out demo tapes along with bottles of Perrier ("We couldn't afford champagne", says Taj) to catch the attention of record execs all over America. In 1991, after being invited to sing live in front of RCA executives, SWV was signed to an eight album record deal.

SWV appears and lip syncs in Notorious B.I.G.'s video "One More Chance" even though she does not provide vocals. The female chorus vocals are recorded by Faith Evans.
They have won the following awards:
Billboard Music Award for Top Hot 100 Singles Artists - Duos/Group
Billboard Music Award for Top R&B Artists - Duos/Group
Billboard Music Award for Top R&B Singles Artists - Duos/Group
Their third hit single "Weak" went platinum and reached #1 on both the U.S. and U.S. R&B chart.
Their debut album "It's About Time" went six times platinum.
SWV stands for "Sisters With Voices".
The group was discovered by Brian Alexander Morgan.
All three of the members started singing in church at a young age.
Consisted of Cheryl Gamble, Tamara Johnson, and LeAnne Lyons.


90's Hits

I'm So Into You
Right Here (Human Nature)

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