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By 1990, Kelly started to expand his sound playing his keyboards and flattering a street performer. He released his first single "Why You Wanna Play Me" with the group MGM on Tavdash Records in 1990. His director at the time, David Hyatt, introduced him to Wayne Williams at Jive Records. Sometime around 1991 he met Barry Hankerson. Hankerson became his full time director after David Hyatt was sentenced to life in prison for administration a large midwest drug ring. In late 1991 Kelly was introducted to Aaliyah, and his then group Public Announcement recorded much of what would be "Born Into the '90s" at a footage studio Kelly leased. Within a few months, songs like "She's Got that Vibe", "Slow Dance", "Dedicated", and "Honey Love" would be the featured songs in Born Into the '90s, which was at large several days after Kelly's 25th birthday in January 1992. A huge R&B success, the album would yield the featured songs as the hits and would eventually go Platinum selling over a million copies.