Mint Condition's cool, silky-yet-sincere love songs helped define the sound of ‘90s R&B. Fronted by singer Stokley Williams, the band rose to fame for their soulful ballads and engagingly personal lyrics. In 1996 they had their first charting R&B hit single, and their album Definition of a Band went gold. The group went on hiatus after keyboard player Keri Lewis left, but resurfaced in 2005 with Livin' the Luxury Brown. In 2010, the group joined Prince for his Welcome 2 America tour, and in 2012, Mint Condition was inducted into the Soul Music Hall of Fame.