You might think the sultry rhythm and blues vocal quartet Jodeci has it all.
Thousands of adoring female fans.
Financial success, including homes in exclusive Englewood, N.J.
And a future that promises more. Their debut album, "Forever My Lady," has sold 1.2 million copies, and their current single, "Stay," is No. 1 on the Billboard R&B chart.
There's only one problem: The parents of two of them want them back home -- in Charlotte, N.C., -- singing the gospel music that inspired their career. "According to the word of God, it says if I raise 'em up by his word, they won't stray as adults. I think they'll be back," says the Rev. Donald DeGrate, father of group members Dalvin, 20, whose stage name is Mr. Dalvin, and Donald DeGrate, 21 (stage name: DeVante Swing).