The Ojays

The O’Jays are an American R&B and soul music group that was formed in Canton, Ohio in the late 1950s. The group was originally composed of Eddie Levert, Walter Williams, William Powell, Bobby Massey, and Bill Isles.

The O’Jays gained popularity in the 1970s with their smooth and sophisticated sound, and their socially conscious lyrics. Some of their most famous hits from this era include “Love Train,” “Back Stabbers,” and “For the Love of Money.” They continued to produce hit songs throughout the 1980s and 1990s, including “Use ta Be My Girl” and “Livin’ for the Weekend.”

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