Genre: Hip Hop/Rap
Aaron Hall (born August 10, 1964, The Bronx, New York, grew up in Roosevelt, New York) is an American R&B singer and songwriter. He is a current member of the group Guy, which he founded in the late 1980s, along with new jack swing producer Teddy Riley and songwriter Timmy Gatling, who was later replaced by Hall's brother Damion Hall.
In his earlier years, Aaron Hall once sang as part of Hezekiah Walker's Love Fellowship Choir gospel group. As a member of Guy, Hall rose to fame as lead singer on hits like "Groove Me", "I Like" and "Piece of My Love" (from the group's self-titled debut album) and "Let's Chill" and "Do Me Right" (from their second album, The Future) before the trio disbanded in the end of 1991. His vocal distinction is similar to that of Charlie Wilson, a member of the R&B/funk group, The Gap Band. They also collaborated in 1992 on the soundtrack to Eddie Murphy's hit film, Boomerang, after Hall was criticised for not giving any credit to his mentor Charlie Wilson, this resulted in Charlie Wilson 1991 New Jack Swing release "Sprung on Me", where Charlie mimicked the GUY sound with his own distinct vocals which Hall copied.