The group Innocence was a British R&B and dance music duo consisting of vocalist Gee Morris and musician and producer Ashley Ingram. They gained prominence in the late 1980s and early 1990s with their soulful and catchy tunes.

Innocence achieved commercial success with their debut single „Natural Thing“ in 1990, which reached the top 40 on the UK Singles Chart. Their breakthrough came with the release of their second single, „Silent Voice,“ in 1990, which peaked at number 16 on the UK Singles Chart. The song showcased their unique blend of R&B, dance, and pop influences, along with Gee Morris‘ soulful vocals.

The duo’s biggest hit came with the release of „Let’s Push It“ in 1992, which reached number 16 on the UK Singles Chart and became their most recognized song. It showcased their ability to create infectious dance-pop tracks with catchy hooks and upbeat melodies.

Innocence released their self-titled debut album in 1990, which featured a mix of soulful ballads and upbeat dance tracks. While they achieved moderate success during their active years, the duo eventually disbanded, with Gee Morris pursuing a solo career.

Innocence left a lasting impact on the R&B and dance music scene of the 1990s, showcasing their talent for creating memorable tunes that blended different musical genres. Though their time as a group was relatively short-lived, their music continues to be enjoyed by fans of R&B and dance-pop.