The Product G&B is an R&B duo made up of Sincere (David McRae) and Money Harm (Marvin Moore-Hough). They were associated with Wyclef Jean's The Refugee Camp and managed by Troy Moet (Mo' Entertainment!). Since their debut in 1998, the duo lent their vocals to several tracks on Pras' Ghetto Superstar album, including the single "Blue Angels".
Moet convinced then Arista Records chief Clive Davis to release "Maria Maria", the duo's collaboration with Carlos Santana, which contributed to Santana's "Supernatural" album eventually selling 26 million albums worldwide. The song became a number one hit in the U.S. Despite the song also winning Grammy Award, The Product G&B were not included as recipients as other contributors to the album were. They also released two singles, "Cluck Cluck" and "Dirty Dancin", but an album was never released by the duo.