“I’d Still Say Yes” was a hit single recorded by Klymaxx for the Constellation/MCA label. Written by Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, G. Scelsa, and Joyce “Fenderella” Irby, and produced by Fenderella, it was released as the third single from their fifth album, Klymaxx. An all-female Pop/R&B band from Los Angeles, California, Klymaxx, was a vision later formed by drummer, front woman Bernadette Cooper.
Cooper, also provided the Infectious name “KLYMAXX”. The dream of an all-girl band became Bernadette’s quest and her pursuit dropping out of College to pursue. Through many auditions and temporary members, the group that became successful consists of drummer/vocalist Bernadette Cooper, vocalist Lorena Porter (Stewart), bassist/vocalist Joyce Irby, guitarist Cheryl Cooley and keyboardists Lynn Malsby and Robbin Grider. KLYMAXX is the only Pop/R&B female band to ever achieve such notoriety and fame. KLYMAXX changed the face of music by being females musicians.
They were trailblazers and with their style and uncanny attitude they provided powerful, uplifting messages for women everywhere.