Exposé's Laurie Miller Releases New "Point Of No Return" Minidoc

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Exposé is a Miami born freestyle group from the 80's with a contentious history full of label problems, legal disputes, and a revolving cast of members. But before all that drama, they were on top of the world with a hit record called "Point Of No Return," a classic that still sees radio play today.

One of the group's founding members is Laurie Miller, a talented performer still working in the entertainment industry. Yesterday she placed the above video on her YouTube channel. It's a mini documentary made up of media coverage of Exposé and live performance footage. The vid also features a young Dwight Lauderdale, South Florida's first African-American TV news anchor.

Exposé's contributions to chonga culture are innumerable. Note the hair, the fashion, the overt sexuality, the dance moves; they're all being recycled by entertainers to this day. By the way,  one time for Hialeah SpringFest. Hialeah stand up. Enjoy the movie, and holler at Laurie Miller via email at xica143@aol.com.

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