When Cameo's Larry Blackmon relocated to Atlanta in the '80s, one of the groups he signed to his Atlanta Artists label was Ca$hflow. They blended funk, rap, and urban contemporary stylings, and featured lead vocalist Kary Hubbert, backed by drummer Gaylord Parson, keyboardist James Duffie, and keyboardist Regis Ferguson. Their debut LP, Ca$hflow, yielded one moderate hit, "Mine All Mine," in 1986, which did respectably well internationally and in clubs, but didn't excite R&B fans. They issued a follow-up LP, Big Money, in 1988.
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