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Keith Sweat's former girl group Kut Klose, featuring Athena Cage (right), Lavonn Battle (left) and Tabitha Duncan, center, launched a GoFundMe page to raise cash for their sophomore album.

The ladies posted a video on their GoFundMe page, asking fans to donate money for their long-awaited sophomore album after 27 years.

Kut Klose, who are in their 50s now, took the R&B world by storm in the mid-1990s. Their debut album, Surrender, spawned the hit singles "I Like", "Lovely Thang", and "Surrender" in 1995. The album peaked at number 66 on the Billboard 200 chart.

The album's lead single "I Like" peaked at number 34 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and is still in rotation on old skool radio stations.

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The album was mainly produced by their mentor Keith Sweat who featured them on his single "Get Up On It" off his platinum album by the same title in 1994.

The girls were also featured on Keith's hit song "Twisted" off his self-titled fifth album released in 1996. "Twisted" spent three weeks at number 1 on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart.



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Kelly Clarkson sang a soulful rendition of the Jackson 5 classic song "Who's Lovin' You" on her talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Fans were impressed by Kelly's vocal prowess on the song.

"She's so good I wanna cry," a user commented on the YouTube video.

"I just died. On the 1st note. Yassss Queen Kelly," another fan wrote.

Clarkson recently wowed viewers with her cover of Adele's 2016 song "Water Under the Bridge" on the show.

The J5 is credited with recording the most famous version of "Who's Lovin' You" in 1969. The song was issued as the b-side to the Jackson 5's first single, "I Want You Back", which went to #1 on both the pop and R&B charts.

"Who's Lovin' You" appeared on the Jackson 5's debut album, Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5, but the song was never released as a standalone single.

The Jackson 5 group was founded by Joe Jackson in 1965 in Gary, Indiana, and comprised of his sons Jackie, Tito, and Jermaine. Younger brothers Marlon and Michael joined the group later.

"Who's Lovin' You" was originally written by William "Smokey" Robinson and recorded by The Miracles in 1960. You can hear the Miracles' original version below.

Kelly Clarkson - "Who's Lovin' You" (Jackson 5 Cover)


Jackson 5 Perform "Who's Lovin' You" Live on The Ed Sullivan Show


Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Who's Lovin' You (Original)