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Cameo is an American soul/funk group that formed in New York City in the early 1970s. Cameo initially began as a 14-member group known as the New York City Players; the name was later changed to Cameo to avoid being confused with the Ohio Players, another prominent group from the 1970s. Cameo was formed by muli-instrumentalist Larry Blackmon. In 1974, and at 10 members strong, Cameo signed with Chocolate City Records. Their debut album, “Cardiac Arrest”, contained the single “Rigor Mortis.” Cameo charted with such singles as “It’s Serious”, “Why Have I Lost You”, “Find My Way”, “I Just Want To Be”, “Shake Your Pants” and “Word Up” among others. In March 2016, Cameo began a residency at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino. It concluded in 2017. They have released the albums “Cardiac Arrest” (1977), “We All Know Who We Are” (1977), “Ugly Ego” (1978), “Secret Omen” (1979), “Cameosis” (1980), “Feel Me” (1980), “Knights Of The Sound Table” (1981), “Alligator Woman” (1982), “Style” (1983), “She’s Strange” (1984), “Single Life” (1985), “Word Up” (1986), “Machismo” (1988), “Real Men Wear Black” (1990), “Emotional Violence” (1991), “In The Face Of Funk” (1994) and “Sexy Sweet Thing” (2000).