"Cry No More," was the first released single from II D Extreme's self-titled debut, striking no. 48 on the billboard hot 100, and a very good no. 6 on the R&B singles and tracks chart. It remains, and will forever be the biggest hit the threesome ever had (D'Extra Wiley, Randy Gill (Johnny Gill's brother) and Jermaine Mickey), one can clearly hear the 1970's soul music over the hip-hop/new jack ballad produced track (similair sounds to The Rude Boys (ballads) Real Seduction and Yours Truly). The trio's vocals never soared better.