|2||Blackout"(feat. Lady Luck|
|3||Didn't Mean To Turn You On (Featuring Du-Ganz)|
|5||Do U See|
|6||After Party (Where Da Party At? Jay-J & David Harness edit)|
|8||After the Party|
|9||Do You See|
|11||Chick On Da Side|
|12||Didn't Mean to Turn You On|
|16||Weekend Thing (Featuring B-12 Of Midwikid)|
|19||Do U See|
|20||Blackout (Featuring Lady Luck)|
Koffee Brown was an American R&B and neo-soul duo consisting of male singer Falonte "Fonz" Moore and female singer Vernell "Vee" Sales. They were discovered by music producer Kay Gee and RL of Next and were signed to Arista Records. They are best known for their song "After Party" released in December 2000.
Naughty by Nature group member Kay Gee had formed Divine Mill Records, whose roster includes Warner Bros. Records recording artists Jaheim, Eddie Berkeley, Barry Salters, and Allstar (who produced "After Party" and co-produced with Teddy Riley, Joe's R&B/pop chart topper "Stutter"). RL Huggar (also of Next) suggested Fonz leave his native Howardsville, Missouri (New Madrid County) to come to Minnesota and audition for Kay Gee. East Orange, New Jersey-born Vee was an old neighborhood friend of Kay Gee and had toured as a background singer with Mary J. Blige and Faith Evans.