Brothaz By Choice is a quartet of talented young
men with a unique singing style ranging from acapella to a classy version of
hip-hop. The group is made up of two biological brothers, Reggie "LaCrue" Moore and Jerry
"Redd" Moore, and two close friends, Reggie "Deuce" Williams and Melvin "Plukk"
Pryor. Their close working relationship as writers, arrangers and performers gives
credence to the name Brothaz By Choice.
Brothaz By Choice has performed to rave reviews in their native Virginia.
They have been called upon to perform at ground breaking ceremonies, charitable
fundraisers and to perform the national anthem at the state's professional
baseball games. They are well known in the region's night clubs, having performed up and
down the east coast, and featured on local and national television.
The group has worked with many notable music business legends.
They performed as the opening act for the Delfonics, and have worked with
producers Chris Jasper , formerly of the Isley Brothers, Jim Solamen, producer
of Boyz II Men and Levert, and Kenny Gamble of Philly International. Brothaz By Choice
can be seen in D'Angelo's video entitled "Lady" directed by
Their first CD release entitled "Brotha 2 Brotha" demonstrates their vocal
talent, and includes "Daddy" -- a heartfelt tribute by brothers Reggie and
Jerry, which they wrote for their father upon his passing during the recording
of this project; "And I Love Her" -- an updated version of the popular Beatles
tune; and "Caravan of Love" a remake of the Isley-Jasper-Isley classic.