R&B group Jagged Edge have ruled out ever reuniting with longtime producer Jermaine Dupri to work on their future projects, insisting that door is "closed".
The Where The Party At hitmakers - consisting of twins Brian and Brandon Casey, Kyle Norman and Richard Wingo - rose to fame in the mid-1990s after signing to Dupri's So So Def Records.
Jagged Edge recently agreed a new deal with Slip-N-Slide Records for the release of their upcoming album The Remedy, and singer Brian Casey reveals the group's professional relationship with Dupri is now over for good.
However, he insists the split is amicable.
Asked whether Dupri would be contributing to The Remedy, Casey said, "No. I usually like to leave the door open for questions like that, but I'm going to go ahead and close that door. No, we're not working with Jermaine.
"I'm not really looking to ever work with Jermaine again. It's not beef. It's no love lost. I just think we're on two different pages and that's fine. He can be where he's at and we can be where we're heading."