Men At Large are an R&B duo from Cleveland Ohio. The group's members are David Tolliver and Jason Champion, and was discovered by Gerald LeVert. As a play on their name and body weight, the group frequently commented about obesity in their songs. The group's tracks feature a blend of hip-hop, R&B and soul.
The group's self-titled debut album, Men At Large, came out in 1992 and scored several hits. The singles "You Me" and "Use Me" came out in 1992 and reached #29 and #9 on the R&B charts respectively. In 1993, their singles "Um Um Good" and "So Alone" reached #30 and #5 on the R&B charts. "So Alone" was successful enough that it reached #31 on the Hot 100.
Men At Large's second album, One Size Fits All, came out in 1994. It had two successful singles with "Holiday" and "Let's Talk About It." The former reached #62 on the R&B charts while the latter hit #16.
The group released a third album in 1999, Love Struggle & Progress. In mid-2007, they put out their fourth album, Back on Top.