The "New Jill Flava" trio Total comprised singers Kima, Pam, and Keisha; signed to Sean "Puffy" Combs' Bad Boy Entertainment label, they first attracted attention backing the Notorious B.I.G. on his hits "One More Chance" and "Juicy" soon after scoring their own hit with the single "Can't You See" from the soundtrack to the film New Jersey Drive. Total's self-titled debut LP followed in 1996, launching the hits "No One Else," "Kissin' You," and "Do You Think About Us?" The single "Trippin'" preceded the release of Total's second LP, 1998's Kima, Keisha & Pam. In 2000, they were featured on Tony Touch's "I Wonder Why (He's the Greatest DJ)", and in 2002 they joined reggae artist Mad Lion on his single "Give It to Me." Little was heard from the group until 2015 when they reunited and toured the U.S. as R. Kelly's opening act.