Throwback: Intro-Come Inside


“Come Inside” was Intro’s most popular song and put them in the company of other R&B groups from the ’90’s like Shai and Troop. Kenny Greene was the leader  of the Brooklyn-based trio and was responsible for most of the writing, arranging and singing. Their old school sound was influenced by all three members having a background in gospel music. They also did well with a cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Ribbon In The Sky” and Wonder even appeared in the video. Greene, who was originally from Detroit, became very successful as a songwriter because of the work he did on Mary J. Blige’s What’s The 411 debut.  Intro disbanded after their two-album run, but Greene continued to work as a backing vocalist for a variety of people including Will Smith and Tyrese until his passing in 2001.