Considering the music scene has seen it's fair share of false prescriptions, Remedy takes center stage to give R&B what it's been missing. Kyle Owens (Smooth) 25, Joshua (Roe) 21, David (Fresh) 20, & Daniel (Lux) Robinson 19, learned at an early age what it was like to struggle. The brothers were born and raised in Rochester, NY by their single mother, Verna Robinson. The boys sought out music in order to escape from their poverty stricken environment. As time went on they realized that they were given a gift and continued to sing together. This united them as brothers and gave them a strong desire to succeed. They started singing together as a band in 1992; it would seem Remedy was destined to be called The Robinson Brothers. However, 12 years later, the brothers felt R&B needed a cure. Something that could heal it's wounds and mend it's sores. As the doctor would prescribe, a Remedy of four musical voices would emerge, all alike in ways, but different in others. Combining a blend of fuse pop, R&B, soul, and hip-hop, the eldest of the group, Smooth, sings a baritone bass, accompanied by Lux, & Fresh on tenor, and Roe on 1st tenor. In 2004, seeking a greater opportunity to pursue their artistic careers, Remedy relocated to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Following in the steps of influences like Jodeci, Boyz II Men, and Take 6, it didn't take much for the brothers to adjust to their new surroundings and make a name for themselves. Understanding the sacrifice of giving now to receive later, Remedy would sing and perform original material for anyone willing listen. Such a strategy would eventually payoff. In 2008,they started working with a writer named King and he decided to play the song "Hot Music" for people. When he heard the song and their story, a meeting was set up. Remedy was then signed by Hydro, C.E.O of Chronic Records and in no time their voices were being heard across airwaves in Southern Florida and across the nation. 'Hot Music' featuring Alyric & Quise, is the first single from Remedy's self titled debut album. When asked about their reasoning for being so musically dedicated, Remedy replied, stating that they've always had a genuine love for music and it's that same love which makes them complete artists. Expect to hear more 'Hot Music' from Remedy and other Chronic Records artist in 2009.