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From Los Angeles, U.S.A.,

Impromp2 comprise of:

Johnny Britt (songwriter, lead vocals, keyboards and trumpet)


Sean E. Mac (songwriter, spoken word and rap)

Johnny Britt and Sean E. Mac teamed up in the early nineties.

They recorded a demo tape of some of their song and, along with the help of Paris Eley, they took an audition at Motown Records with Steve McKeever.

McKeever signed the two to Motown Records where they released 'You're Gonna Love It' in 1995.

The group teamed up with Irish producer Steve Harvey for the 'live' sessions as the group described them.

The set was received with critical acclaim and contained the popular tracks 'Enjoy Yourself', 'Summer Nights' and 'Get Me Off'.

'Can't Get Enough' followed in 1997, however, was poorly promoted despite being a fine set of melodies.

On the set the group covered Anita Baker's tune 'Angel' as well as cleverly sampling Loose End's 'Hanging On A String' on the track 'Can't Nobody'.

The band currently have a record deal with Big 3 Records, an album which will be distributed through Warner Bros.

The duo's third album is entitled 'The Definition of Love' and is set for a July release, 2003.

The album features the likes of George Duke, Al McKay (formally of Earth Wind & Fire), Ray Parker Jr., Wah Wah Watson, Freddie Washington, Boney James and James Gatson.

The set is produced by Steve Harvey (he is originally from Scotland), Keith Peltzer and Darrin Henson (Jill Scott's producers), Freddie Washington and Bernhard Penzias.

The album also features actress Kim Fields speaking on the first single entitled 'Mocha Soul', which is due to be aired in the U.S. on the Soul Train TV Show.

In 2003, Impromp2 prepared for a U.S. national tour.

It Is What It Is

2007 saw the release of 'It Is What It Is' on the JCS Records imprint.

Impromp2's sound is classified as 'rap' in some circles, however their sound is more part sung / part spoken over soulful and jazzy grooves.

Impromp2's Website

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You're Gonna Love It (Motown Records 1995)

Can't Get Enough (Motown Records 1997)

The Defintion Of Love (Big 3 Records 2003)

It Is What It Is (JCS Records 2007)

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