112's Marvin "Slim" Scandrick is making a major comeback with his latest single "Never Break Up" featuring Rich Homie Quan.

The new track comes as a sampler of what's to come; Slim is set to released his long-awaited solo album, Re-Fueled. But before the album drops in May, Slim is keeping busy.

The track bridges the old with the new as Slim uses Auto-Tune to sing over a beat that's surely to get listeners to swag out. "We kiss and we make up, that's how we do," sings Slim after Quan laid down a few rhymes.

Not only is he touring with 112 for their 20th Anniversary Tour (their debut album 112 was released in 1996), he's also set to join the Bad Boy family this summer for another tour with the group.

'90s R&B is certainly making a heavy comeback. Silk, another popular group from the decade, has also been plotting their comeback. In an interview with The Boombox, the five-man group shared their thoughts on the current state of R&B as well as the '90s renaissance.

"I think everything comes in cycles in the industry. I think as far as R&B from generation to generation, each genre of R&B has their own lane and I think resurgence of R&B in the 90s is coming back stronger and stronger each year," said Silk's Jimmy Gates Jr.

Re-Fueled, which will also have a song featuring Ma$e, is set to be released on May 13. In the meantime, check out the track below.

Listen to Slim's "Never Break Up" Featuring Rich Homie Quan

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