“We tried to do a Guy reunion album. But I don’t think the record company did the third album any justice. MCA didn’t really get us at that point. And they were promoting us like we were jazz artists. They took us everywhere else, but to our audience. You have to know your demographics for that group. They didn’t get us on BET like they were supposed to. They were trying to get us on VH-1, but they weren’t checking for us. We had our radio record, ‘Dancin’’, that couldn’t get on BET. It was just a failure. That’s when I quit Guy, again and went back to Blackstreet. We signed to DreamWorks, but we didn’t realize it wasn’t a real record label. They were a motion picture company and a publishing company. They didn’t know what to do with us. I was coming into bad luck with dealing with the wrong people.
I think the problem is a lot of people know Aaron is a special singer in this business. He just needs to stop being his own worst enemy. When you show people that you are your own worst enemy that’s when they underrate you. I still break down walls. I still do what I do. I just really think this could be Aaron’s time like when Charlie Wilson came back. Charlie Wilson came back and said, ‘I’m the baddest singer in the world!’ And he is. And I feel Aaron Hall can do the same thing. I’m so ready to do another Guy record. I think Aaron is ready. I just have to keep telling him not to give up on me and give up on himself. If Aaron wants to do this I’m ready.”