Next (American band

Raphael Tweet Brown (born January 28, 1976) (19942007, 2011present)

Nextis anmusical trio, popular during the late 1990s and early 2000s. They are best known for their 1 hit singleToo Closeas well asWifey, andI Still Love Youwhich all still receive frequent airplay on Adult Contemporary radio stations both in the US and internationally.

The group was formed in 1992 byRobert R.L. Huggarand brothersTerry T-Low Brownand Raphael Tweet Brown in Minneapolis, Minnesota after being introduced by the Browns uncle, a gospel choir director. Originally, they were first known asStraight4ward, and at one point managed by.1However, after catching the attention ofNaughty by Natures KayGee, he took the group to hisAristalabel Divine Mill, and began work on their debut album.

They released their KayGee-produced debut single Butta Love in September 1997, which became a big R&B hit for the group peaking at 4 (and hitting the Top20 on Billboards Hot 100 chart). Soon after, their debut album,Rated Nextwas released on September 30, and sold moderately. It was followed in 1998 by the release of their biggest hit to date,Too Closewhich hit 1 on both the R&B and the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Sales of their debut album surged, helping the album peak at 13 R&B and 37 on the Billboard 200, eventually being certified double platinum, and earning them American Music Awards, Billboard Awards and Soul Train Awards nominations.2A third single I Still Love You garnered the group another Top 5 R&B hit and a Top 20 on the Hot 100 charts.

In 2000, the group released the lead single Wifey ahead of their sophomore album for Arista. The song became another 1 R&B hit for the group and also featured singer Lil Mo on background vocals. Their sophomore album,Welcome II Nextasy, was released in June 2000 and was certified gold on the strength of the lead single. A second single Beauty Queen received moderate airplay, peaking at 48 on R&B and 59 on the Hot 100. After the albums cycle, the group took a break, leading RL to record and release his debut solo albumRL:EmentsforClive Davisthen new J Records label in 2002, which achieved moderate success with the singles Got Me a Model and Good Man.

The group also joined the J Records label, and released their third studio albumThe Next Episodein December of that same year. It featured the lead single Imagine That which peaked at 66 R&B and 91 on the Hot 100. Also, they collaborated withJaheimon his single Anything off his debut albumGhetto Lovewhich earned the group another Top 10 R&B hit. After leaving the J Records label, they briefly aligned with50 Cents G-Unit and with Matthew Knowles Music World labels, but did not release any music. The group later broke up due to internal conflicts and member T-Low suffering from a career-ending throat condition, but eventually reunited in 2011.3

In 2014, the group began and completed work on a new album titledNext, Lies, & Videotape(originally titledMusic 101) but it was ultimately shelved.4In 2016, the group was featured on TV Ones Unsung series which prompted another reunion for the group after a couple years of being distant.56

In March 2018, the group premiered their new single Want It to UAC radio.78

1998 Top Hot 100 Singles – Duos/Group (winner)

1998 Top R&B Artist – Duos/Group (winner singles & album)

1998 Top Hot R&B Singles Artist (winner)

1998 Top Hot R&B Singles Artist – Duos/Group (winner)

1998 Top Hot R&B Single Airplay (Winner)

1999, Favorite Soul/R&B Band, Duo or Group: (Nominated)

1999, Favorite New Soul/R&B New Artist: (Nominated)

2001, Best R&B/Soul Album by a Band, Duo or Group:Welcome II Nextasy(Nominated)

1999, Best R&B/Soul Single by a Band, Duo or Group: Too Close (Winner)

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Year-Endnumber one singles (19801999)

1983:Every Breath You TakeThe Police

1985:Careless WhisperWham!featuringGeorge Michael

1986:Thats What Friends Are ForDionne & Friends

1987:Walk Like an EgyptianThe Bangles

1991:(Everything I Do) I Do It for YouBryan Adams

1993:I Will Always Love YouWhitney Houston

1995:Gangstas ParadiseCooliofeaturingL.V.

1996:Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)Los del Ro

1997:Candle in the Wind 1997Something About the Way You Look TonightElton John


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Sonoran Prevention Works is an advocate for people in Arizona affected by drug use.

Sonoran Prevention Works is an advocate for people in Arizona affected by drug use.

Sonoran Prevention Works is an advocate for people in Arizona affected by drug use.

Sonoran Prevention Works is an advocate for people in Arizona affected by drug use.

To end health disparities faced by those made vulnerable by drug use & other high-risk behaviors in Arizona through harm reduction focused education, advocacy, and evidence-based programming.

Removing barriers to facilitate empowerment, health equity, and dignity for Arizonans impacted by drug use.

We provide community workshops, trainings, referrals, consultation, and risk reduction materials to individuals, families, and organizations in order to prevent HIV, Hepatitis C, overdose, and the perpetuation of stigma. In addition, we facilitate the largest free naloxone distribution network in the state.

Sonoran Prevention Works is the only comprehensive harm reduction organization that combines direct service, legislative advocacy, and capacity building to create stronger, healthier communities for people made vulnerable by substance use. As a grassroots organization, we depend on your support to help us create change. Please make a tax-deductible donation today.

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Please bring your favorite food and talk about the different wasy we advocate against health disparities among people who use/have used drugs and how we can collaborate more and continue to work together! (Dont worry, Turiya will bring a salad AND donuts)

Sarah Fynmore joins Sonoran Prevention Works with experience in advocacy, community outreach and policy research. She is passionate about the intersectional implications of drug policy specifically as it relates to human rights, our criminal justice system, and border relations. Before joining Sonoran Prevention Works, Sarah conducted drug policy research for a think tank in Santiago, Chile and then managed operations for natural disaster recovery programs in rural areas of Peru. Prior to her time in South America, she spent several years in Washington, DC working in topics of corruption in Venezuela and coordinated congressional advocacy campaigns to raise awareness of Venezuelan humanitarian crises and political injustices.

Jill Bird joins the Sonoran Prevention Works team with many years of interest in SPW and overdose prevention work. She comes to SPW with personal experience having lost a life partner, several family members, and close friends to overdose. Jill has worked in the Accounting/Bookkeeping and administrative fields for seven years, most recently having spent time operating a business that focuses on botanical alternatives for wellness and Ayurvedic medicine. Jill has wanted to be involved with SPW for several years and is excited to help implement our mission as our Office Administrator.

Dusti Yamaguchi is your friendly neighborhood harm-reductionist in Kingman, Arizona. Dusti is certified in AcuDetox and Peer Support. She enjoys drumming and hiking, and has lived in Kingman since 2011.

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Denise Wisdom considers herself a Jill of All Trades.  Arriving in the Valley of the Sun from Colorful Colorado, with over 20 years fund development, operational, and programmatic experience in community-based organizations, Denise is dedicated to working with nonprofits to strengthen programs and services, build resource capacity, and create a stronger community impact via grant writing, fundraising, and relationship-building. She possesses a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Millikin University and a Masters Degree in Public Administration with a certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Denise balances work with playful life endeavors of sight-seeing travel, smooth jazz concerts, and cultural festivals.

Nathan Leach has helped cultivate a variety of community-based projects in Phoenix, including a local bike co-op that provides resources and education to community members who rely on bicycles as their main form of transportation. In 2011 Nathan co-founded the first syringe access program in Maricopa County and in 2016 he completed a masters level clinical internship focusing on harm reduction counseling in rural areas. He is passionate about the integration of critical theory and creative processes within psychotherapeutic modalities, and hopes to bridge the gap between radical sociological research and counseling approaches while utilizing creative, art-based interventions.

Patrick received a BA in Creative Writing in 2001 and a BS in Psychology in 2013. Entering the behavioral health field in 2014 with La Frontera in Tucson, he worked with the GMH and SMI population for almost a year before moving to the Hope Center, his agencys methadone clinic in January, 2015. In addition to duties as a recovery coach, Patrick has spearheaded his clinics naloxone prescription program, the first such program at a behavioral health agency in the state of Arizona. After successful implementation, Patrick worked to expand the program to all of La Fronteras outpatient clinics. Patrick also works as a volunteer with Sonoran Prevention Works.

Thoi was born and raised in the Valley of the Sun, and has a deep love and strong connection to the people and places he grew up with. His experiences living and working in Phoenix have informed his engagement in community organizing which began in 2012. He hopes to work alongside his neighbors to build powerful solutions to the problems we face, by doing what needs to be done when and where it is needed. Thois professional experience includes stints as a dishwasher, bank teller, cook, street advertiser, and freelance photographer. He is a second-generation Asian American and in his spare time he likes to grow, cook, and eat food.

(@Layalzebub) is a third culture kid who has spent years practicing the fine art of parachuting into projects as the need for her skills arises. She takes an intersectional approach to her work in immigrant rights and public health and does not shy away from any cause where injustice is present and her contribution is welcomed and necessary. Her experience lies in traditional and digital communications using all mediums from her own voice to videos to writing to tweeting, assembling audience-specific information for delivery in an infinite amount of ways. An infinitely curious researcher and an obsessive collector and assembler of information, she is often seen managing projects, playing a supportive role in the background and amplifying the voices of those directly affected by injustice in her community. Fluent in English & Arabic, knows a few words in Spanish & Armenian.

Sonoran Prevention Works program is close to Brendans heart. Many friends and loved ones have been affected by the disease of addiction and he enthusiastically supports the program in its growth and development. Brendan began his career as an Auditor at Deloitte & Touche LLP, supervising audit teams for public and non-public entities. Most recently Brendan has been worked as a Financial Controller. As Treasurer of Sonoran Prevention Works Brendan is involved in overseeing the management and reporting of the organizations finances, Brendan graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration in Accounting, earning a Master of Accountancy from the same institution the following year. He is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the state of Arizona.

Calicia White is the Program Director for the Ebony House Outreach Department, a division of Ebony House, Inc. that works to increase health outcomes for African Americans who are HIV-positive and reduce new diagnoses in the community. Calicias goal is to eliminate the stigma of HIV in the African American community to ultimately eliminate HIV transmission. Calicia has been a part of the Arizona community for over 30 years and works tirelessly to improve the health status of Arizonans. Mother of a wonderful son and member of the community she services, Calicia loves her family, friends and community. A graduate of Keller Graduate School, Calicia earned her Masters in Public Administration Health Services Management and is dedicated to decreasing health disparities in the African American community as a means to increased lifestyle.

Zeenat Hasan is a learner and an amateur anthropologist who looks for innovative and mundane ways to make healthcare equitable. Her interests include ethics and human rights, immigration/migration issues, humanitarian aid, activism, reproductive justice, racial justice, and population health. She has held jobs/volunteer positions as a/n helper in her mothers dry cleaning/tailoring businesses, receptionist at doctors offices, volunteer for hospital radiation department, brain trauma rehab assistant, bio lab instructor, program/policy director, co-chair for Aim for Equity National Coalition, Co-founder of Arizona Chapter of the National Asian American Womens Forum, and most recently, mother of one. The last of these has reinforced her drive to create equitable and ethical spaces in healthcare and the systems that support it. Zeenat moved to the valley in 2004 and stayed because of the beauty and vastness of the Arizona desert and the open community of people she found here.

Stacey Cope comes to Sonoran Prevention Works with a fierce passion to improve the lives of Arizonans who use drugs and their loved ones. Stacey has enacted her dedication to harm reduction in the work she has done as an advocate for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, supporting formerly incarcerated youth living in group homes, HIV and Hepatitis C testing, education and linkage to care, and in serving one of the top few syringe access programs in the state. Stacey is a fourth generation Arizonan. She lives in Tucson with her wife and two dogs, where they spend most of their time on Mt. Lemmon.

Turiya Coll joins the Sonoran Prevention Works team with a long term dedication to harm reduction. She brings seven years experience with HIV/HCV/STI prevention and advocating for health care rights for pregnant women, intravenous drug users, and other marginalized populations. Turiya has trained with the CDC on prevention interventions, crisis counseling, and trauma informed care. She is excited to join the SPW family, and will be working as an overdose prevention coordinator.

Haley Coles has been working to improve the health of people who are marginalized by drug use, criminalization, and mental illness in Arizona since 2006. She was born and raised in Central Phoenix and studied English and Public Health at Arizona State University and University of Arizona. Before founding Sonoran Prevention Works she coordinated health literacy and Hepatitis C screening projects for people who inject drugs in Tacoma, WA; provided direct care for homeless women and young adults in Seattle, WA; and taught independent living skills to current and former foster youth in Maricopa County.

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