Changing Faces is an American female duo that was initially active between the years 1994 until their hiatus in 2000.
Band members Cassandra Lucas and Charisse Rose met each other while studying at High School. Despite going their separate ways academically, they frequently performed as session musicians, singing demos, jingles, and background vocals. Within a few years, the two met again when they were hired as touring supporting vocalists.
After a couple of years the pair decided to form a vocal duo and spent some time recording and touting demos. They were eventually spotted and worked with R. Kelly who wrote and produced their first singles “Stroke You Up” and “Foolin’ Around“.These singles reached the R&B Top Ten in late 1994. Their debut album was released in 1995 and went gold on the strength of the two hits.
Changing Faces returned in 1997 with their second album. R Kelly produced “G.H.E.T.T.O.U.T.,” the first single from the album, and it was their biggest hit to date, reaching number one on the R&B charts and number eight pop. Their third release, Visit Me, followed three years later.