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Dan Schneider Presents: “All That” Recap: “Love Me” by 112

Trenchcoats, big chains, and all-white outfit paired with silky-smooth singing. 112 sure knew how to make an impression, and it’s clear even now, almost two decades after their performance on “All That.”

If you follow pop culture and hip-hop, you probably know R&B superstars 112 for their most famous work: a collaboration credit on “I’ll be Missing You,” a heartfelt, tearful tribute to rapper Notorious B.I.G. after his tragic murder. Crooning alongside a mournful Sean “Puffy” Combs and Faith Evans, 112’s strong vocals netted a Grammy for the group, and not to mention consistent mentions on Billboard’s Top 100 List.

Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Marvin Scandrick, Quinnes Parker, Michael Keith, and Daron Jones were high school friends. After they caught the eye of Sean “Puffy” Combs in an Atlanta nightclub in the 1990s, they were signed to his label, Bad Boy Records — and history was made.

That dancing though!

Now you might not know it, but “Love Me,” which was from their second album, made it to the Billboard Top 100 in November 1998, spending 16 weeks there. In fact, 112’s first and third albums went double platinum, and 112 toured with singers like Whitney Houston. In 2001, Peaches and Cream made it to number 4 on the Billboard Top 100 List, the peak of success for a superstar group that was fraying at the edges.

Not long after, 112 broke up because of unfortunate internal group conflict. For many years, the band members went their separate ways, though in 2011, there was talk of a reunion, performances in Atlantic City, as well as work planned on a new album.

No matter what the future holds for 112, we’ll always have this timeless performance on “All That.”


All That” is an American, live-action sketch comedy-variety show, which aired on Nickelodeon from 1994 to 2005, lasting ten seasons. “All That” was produced by Dan Schneider, and produced breakout stars including Kenan Thompson and Amanda Bynes. Dan Schneider is an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.

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Dan Schneider Presents: Deborah Cox Performing “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here” On “All That”

The 90s was a great time for R&B, and Canada’s own R&B queen Deborah Cox is a testament to this fact. Her 1998 song “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here” even held the record for longest-running number one single on Billboard’s Hot R&B & Hip Hop chart. She held the 14 week record for an entire eight years!

It was a real treat, then, when Deborah brought her soulful magic to the “All That” stage in 1999. After a lengthy introduction by our good friend Kenan in a hardhat, you can watch her entire performance. As vocals soar and style dazzles, we’re sure the studio audience and viewers across the country were impressed, especially after Kenan’s fake fiddling!

Deborah began singing at age 12 on TV commercials, and entered various talent competitions and shows including “Tiny Talent Time,” a Canadian variety show. As a teen, she performed in nightclubs, then moved on up in the world as a backup singer for the Celine Dion! After just six months backing up Celine, she was ready for the spotlight.

Starting from her first self-titled album, Deborah began dropping albums and singles, racking up at least 11 number ones on the Dance charts over the course of her career. But Deborah didn’t leave it at that, no way! After killing the radio game for many years, she began to dabble in film and theater. She starred in Elton John’s “Aida” on Broadway in 2004, and has since been involved in a number of movies both as an actress and musician.

In 2012, Deborah played Lucy in “Jekyll & Hyde” on Broadway and most recently provided vocals for the Lifetime biopic “Whitney” directed by Angela Bassett. It hardly needs saying that to provide vocals for a Whitney Houston movie, you have to have serious pipes. Deborah Cox has those pipes, and she can clearly use them!

Since she’s so consistently cranked out musical masterpieces, we can expect even more from Deborah’s career in the future. Her 6th album “Work of Art” is forthcoming, and we have a pretty good feeling it will live up to it’s name!


All That” is an American, live-action sketch comedy-variety show, which aired on Nickelodeon from 1994 to 2005, lasting ten seasons. “All That” was produced by Dan Schneider, and produced breakout stars including Kenan Thompson and Amanda Bynes. Dan Schneider is an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.

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