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The U-Krew
Also known as The Untouchable Krew
Origin Portland, Oregon, United States
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1984–1990?
Labels Enigma Records
Former members
Kevin Morse
Larry Bell
Lavell Alexander
James McClendon
Hakim Muhammad

The U-Krew was an R&B/hip-hop music quintet from Portland, Oregon that saw its greatest success in 1990. The members of the U-Krew were Kevin Morse (lead vocals), Larry Bell (Producer keyboard/drum programmer), Lavell Alexander, James McClendon, and Hakim Muhammad. They were originally billed as The Untouchable Krew when formed in October 1984.

After shortening their name to The U-Krew, the band released its only album in 1989, eponymously titled The U-Krew. The album peaked at #93 on the Billboard 200[1] and included the hit singles "If U Were Mine" and "Let Me Be Your Lover" which reached number 21 and number 68 respectively on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1990.[2] The band never released another album.

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