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Jagged Edge released their 10th studio album 'A Jagged Love Story' on July 31. Jagged Edge fans have long anticipated the release of this follow up to their last album Layover in 2017.

Jagged Edge consists of identical twins Brandon and Brian Casey, as well as Kyle Norman and Richard Wingo.

The group reunited with producer Bryan Micheal Cox to helm the mid-tempo lead single "Seasons Of Us".

The group and Cox have a previous track record of making hits such as "Lets's Get Married", "He Can't Love U" and "Where The Party At?" All of the songs are written by the twins of the group, Brandon and Brian Casey and production includes legends; Jermaine Dupri, Brandon Michael Cox, Carl Breeding, Jay Fooley and Demetrius Bell.

Brandon reflected on the new album by saying, "A Jagged Story is about our love for music, what we do and the fans that allow us to do it. Thank you for allowing us to intersect."

'A Jagged Edge Love Story' is available now on all platforms. LISTEN: https://lnk.to/JEalbum
 

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Mathew Knowles has backtracked on comments he made alleging two members of the R&B group Jagged Edge sexually harassed singers Beyonce and Kelly Rowland.

Knowles, Destiny's Child's former music manager, claimed two members of Jagged Edge sexually harassed the girls on a tour bus back in the day.

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Mathew, 67, made the shocking claims in an interview with Vlad TV to promote his latest book Destiny's Child: The Untold Story.

He told DJ Vlad that two members of the R&B group made sexual advances towards his daughters, Beyonce and Kelly, when their groups toured together in the early 2000s.

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"I got a call from Kelly and Beyoncé ... saying that they were constantly being harassed by two of the members in Jagged Edge," he said. "I couldn't have that. I literally had to put the guys off the bus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana."

"Now, remember the girls are minors: They're 16-years-old, the guys are 21- and 22-years-old," said Mathew.

But now he is clarifying his comments after Jagged Edge reportedly threatened legal action.

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Mathew's scandalous allegations prompted social media users to guess the two members were the group's sex symbols Richard Wingo, left, and Kyle Norman, right.

The group's twin lead singers Brandon and Brian Casey were in relationships with Destiny's Child members LaTavia Roberson and LaToya Luckett at the time.

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Speaking to the New York Post's gossip column Page Six, Mathew changed his tune, explaining: "I feel the need to clarify that I did not say the girls were sexually harassed while on tour with Jagged Edge in the 2000s. I said 'harassed.'"

Mathew said he didn't mean to imply the guys physically assaulted the girls on the bus.

"The term 'sexual harassment' may imply to some to mean physical advances. I would classify the harassment they encountered more as unwelcome and inappropriate remarks to minors from adults who should have known better."

Neither Beyonce, Kelly nor Jagged Edge has responded to the allegations made by Mathew.
 

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So So Def Recordings, home to platinum-selling acts such as Xscape, Bow Wow, Jagged Edge and Da Brat, will celebrate 20 years of hit-making music at an All-Star Anniversary Concert on February 23 at the Fox Theater, it was announced at a press conference today at City Hall.

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