- 02:25 PM, Feb 14
The trend for the young and talented may have delivered Mindless Behavior their success quite early. Back in 2008, managers Keisha Gamble and Walter Millsap held an audition in Los Angeles to find young boys who would make up an American boy band. At this stage, they discovered Princeton, and Roc Royal. The other two members were recruited at different time frames. Prodigy was found on YouTube by choreographer Dave Scott while Ray Ray was found through another audition a few months later.
"We clicked from the first day we met because we all love music and performing. On stage, we go all out," Princeton said. In the complete formation, the band were presented to Vincent Hebert and Jimmy Iovine who later signed them to Streamline / Interscope Records. They were taken under the management of Kenneth Crear and for the next two years, they immersed themselves in music, developing their singular sound and style under the guidance of Herbert and Millsap.