A Harlem rap ensemble, the Boogie Boys scored one big hit in 1985 with "A Fly Girl," for Capitol, that peaked at number six on the R&B charts. William "Boogie Knight" Stroman, Joe "Romeo J.D." Malloy, and Rudy "Lil' Rahiem" Sheriff comprised the group. But things went downhill after that promising start, and by 1988 Sheriff had left the group. They soon disbanded. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi