Randy Gill is an R&B singer, songwriter, record producer, and advocate for R&B music. He is a member of the successful mid-1990s R&B group II D Extreme, which includes the members D'Extra Wiley, Jermaine Mickey, and (as of 1998) rapper Sage Lee.
Their first single, Cry No More, released in 1993 yielded a gold record for the group, peaking at number 6 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. II D, as they are known to fans, followed their self-titled debut CD with a follow-up in 1996 entitled "From I Extreme II Another."
Gill, along with his brothers Bobby, Jeff, and legendary R&B singer Johnny Gill, began his career singing in a family gospel group called "Wings of Faith." He has also written and performed with a variety of artists, including Teddy Pendergrass, Usher, Shai and his brother Johnny Gill.
Gill has appeared on Soul Train, Arsenio Hall, and BET. He and his brother Johnny Gill entertained American troops in Bosnia, Kosovo, and Macedonia with the USO Tour.
Currently, Gill is wrapping up a solo recording project, entitled Gillology, as well as a soon-to-be-released CD by the group, II D Extreme.