Aaron Hall, former singer with the seminal new jack swing trio Guy, issues his first solo album in six years. The years since Hall's previous solo album in 1998 have been tumultuous. Guy reunited, releasing the Guy III album in 2000 to lackluster reviews. Hall battled drugs and did a turn in prison in 2001. Charged with assault, he served 11 months. Now back with a new label, and mixing R&B, hip-hop, reggae and other elements, Adults Only finds Hall reuniting with Guy cohorts Teddy Riley and Hall sibling Damion on one track. Riley also teams with Hall on another song. Head Start Music. 2005.