"Jagged Edge" is an American R&B singing group that were originally signed through Jermaine Dupri's So So Def Records to Columbia Records. The group is made up of twin lead singers Brian Casey (nicknamed Brasco) and Brandon Casey (Case Dinero) (both born October 13, 1975), Kyle Norman (Quick), and Richard Wingo (Wingo). The group, with a style similar to New Edition, Jodeci, and Dru Hill, and for the a number of hit singles, many of which are produced by Dupri.
With the decline of Dru Hill after 1999, Jagged Edge became the most popular male group in R&B, scoring hit singles such as "He Can't Love U", "Let's Get Married ", and the Nelly-guested "Where the Party At". The group remained on Columbia when Dupri and SoSo Def left for Arista Records in 2003. Jagged Edge's latest album, ''Jagged Edge'', was released on May 9, 2006 by Columbia/Sony Music Urban.
* 1998: ''A Jagged Era'' #104 US (5xPlatinum)
* 2000: ''J.E. Heartbreak'' #8 US (2x Platinum)
* 2001: ''Jagged Little Thrill'' #3 US (Platinum)
* 2003: ''Hard'' #3 US (Gold)
* 2006: ''Jagged Edge'' #4 US
* 1997: "The Way That You Talk" #65 US
* 1998: "Gotta Be" #23 US