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Imajin is an R&B group that formed in the late 1990s and was inspired by past groups such as Jackson 5, New Edition, Hi-Five, Immature, and Mint Condition. The group consists of Jamal Hampton, Talib Kareem, Olamide Faison, and John Fitch, all of whom were still in their teens at the time. Producer Bert Price lent a hand in assembling the band and guiding them, resulting in a recording contract with the Jive label shortly thereafter. Their self-titled debut album was released in 1999, which was produced by Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence and Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie (both of whom are associates of Puff Daddy).