Twin Cities man up for two Grammys - Bring Me The News

Twin Cities man up for two Grammys

Stokley Williams is nominated for Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance for helping co-produce the Kelly Price song "Not My Daddy." It dominated the R&B charts in 2011. WCCO reports the Minnesota-native is the lead singer of the group Mint Condition, who toured Europe with Prince last year.
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Stokley Williams is nominated for Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance for helping co-produce the Kelly Price song "Not My Daddy." It dominated the R&B charts in 2011. WCCO reports the Minnesota-native is the lead singer of the group Mint Condition, who toured Europe with Prince last year.

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