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In the first, "The R&B Meeting" (02/01/97) he meets with clueless execs to choose a song for a benefit album for sick kids, but all his songs are filthy sex fantasies. They go with "Suck My Freak." In "Savante: Career Day" (01/31/98) he sings dirty songs at second graders for career day. And in "Savante with Usher" (09/12/98), he and guest star/real hip hopper Usher contribute songs to a Disney film.  
 
In the first, "The R&B Meeting" (02/01/97) he meets with clueless execs to choose a song for a benefit album for sick kids, but all his songs are filthy sex fantasies. They go with "Suck My Freak." In "Savante: Career Day" (01/31/98) he sings dirty songs at second graders for career day. And in "Savante with Usher" (09/12/98), he and guest star/real hip hopper Usher contribute songs to a Disney film.  
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==External Links==
 
*http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112056/combined
 
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[[Category:MADtv]]
 
[[Category:MADtv]]

Revision as of 12:15, 27 April 2011

African American rap/R&B singer (Phil Lamarr) from at least three sketches on the sketch comedy television series MADtv.

In the first, "The R&B Meeting" (02/01/97) he meets with clueless execs to choose a song for a benefit album for sick kids, but all his songs are filthy sex fantasies. They go with "Suck My Freak." In "Savante: Career Day" (01/31/98) he sings dirty songs at second graders for career day. And in "Savante with Usher" (09/12/98), he and guest star/real hip hopper Usher contribute songs to a Disney film.

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