New Jack Swing Hall Of Fame:
Pretty In Pink
This multi-racial quartet (3 black members, 1 white member and one Asian member) scored in 1991 with “It’s All About You (It’s Not About Me).” produced by new jack pioneer Gene Griffin. This new jack group's songwriting and vocals were produced by Indira Milini Khan, daughter of the legendary Chaka Khan. The other members of this quintet were Taniya Robinson, Tameika Chaney, Maurissa Tancharoen, and Shey Sperry.
Their debut album Wake Up was released on Motown Records, executive produced by Jheryl Busby. One of their other singles was called "Dreams" produced by Allen Savory, in the vein of "This House" or "Imagine" by Tracie Spencer. However, their success was very short-lived due to lack of promotion and the group disbanded shortly thereafter.
Years after her brief stardom, Milini Khan, now a grown woman, continues to do songwriting and recording in the hopes of releasing her own solo album. She also helps her famous mother run her record label.