II D Extreme(Redirected from D'Extra Wiley)
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II D Extreme was an American new jack swing R&B group from the early 1990s that included D'Extra Wiley, Randy Gill (Johnny Gill's brother) and Jermaine Mickey. They are known for the songs "Cry No More", "Up on the Roof" and their cover of the Gap Band's song "Outstanding". Their personal manager was Freda Mays.
II D Extreme
|Genres||Hip hop, new jack swing, R&B|
Gasoline Alley Music
|Associated acts||Queen Latifah|
K-Ci & JoJo
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