The boys of Mindless Behavior swung by the J-14 office and brought us up to speed on everything that's been going on with them lately. They've got a documentary movie 'All Around the World' in theaters, March 15, a new album of the same name hitting stands March 12, and have done a lot of growing up since we last saw them! They also couldn't leave without wishing J-14 readers a very happy Valentine's Day! Watch the video below to find out what they had to say.
J-14: Tell us a little bit about your new single and album.
Ray Ray: Our new single is "Keep Her On The Low." We're getting older now so we're starting to date and talk to different girls. Basically we like our personal lives to be real private. Whoever we're dating or talking to at the moment we keep to ourselves.
Prodigy: Me and the boys have been traveling and our mindset is growing. We've been maturing and our music is maturing with us.
J-14: What about your movie, 'All Around The World?'
Princeton: The movie is coming out March 15. Basically it's just a documentary about our lives -- how we've grown as a group and how our fans have grown with us. You're really going to be inspired by how we came from nothing to sell out the Fox Theatre in Atlanta.
J-14: What was it like having cameras follow you around all day?
Roc Royal: At first it was kind of weird until we found out it was for the documentary. It was kind of uncomfortable, but at the same time fun. We get to react with the camera and stuff like that.
Princeton: Our managers didn't tell us that we were filming for a movie until five months later. They knew that if we knew, we would have put our guard up. We would have wanted some things in the movie and some things not. That was smart.
Prodigy: It was the real us, no script. It was really cool. We became friends with the people behind the cameras.
J-14: What's the most exciting thing you've gotten to do as singers?
Roc Royal: Perform for the first family.
Princeton: We also got to sing the National Anthem at the Colorado Rocky's game. That was the first time we sang without dancing. That was just straight vocals.
J-14: What's something that happens backstage or in the studio that would be surprising to readers?
Ray Ray: Usually when we're in the studio, we'll watch 'Spongebob.' It just keeps you awake. Everything on 'Spongebob' is funny. His voice and his laugh are annoying.
Photo courtesy of Laura Knipping/J-14 Magazine.
Written by: Melissa Flores