I saw this last night. I was shocked when Michael Bivins said the group members received $1.87 a piece from their Candy Girl album. He said they had been on the road touring for 6 months & all the sweat & hard work they put into promoting the album, they only saw crumbs when it was time to get paid. I'm so sick of hearing these stories over & over again about how these record labels are fuckin shady. They ended up suing their record label Streetwise records & producer Maurice Starr. I'm glad they sued because there's no excuse for them to only receive $1.87 from that album. How are they supposed to live off that bullshit? I don't know if they won their lawsuit against Streetwise & Maurice Starr but i hope they did. So they ended up signing with MCA records for their 2nd album which was a success. They stayed with MCA for 12 years cause Home Again was the last album they did on MCA. When they signed with Bad Boy last year, they finally got out of their contract with MCA. I think they owed MCA some money so when they signed with Bad Boy, they paid MCA back. Ricky Bell & Johnny Gill spoke on them signing with Bad Boy talkin about Puff Daddy wanted them to appeal to the young generation with their latest album. Johnny said that didn't work because the group didn't wanna appeal to a new audience. Johnny said they're grown men so they wanted to make a album for the people who grew up on their music which is understandable. Ricky basically said the same thing. Ya'll should've seen Bobby Brown when they was talkin to him hahahahahahahahahahahaha. He looked high the whole time he was talkin & his mouth is curled up when he speaks LOL. Ronnie Devoe was the only member who wasn't interviewed.