Another Bad Creation (sometimes called ABC for short) is an American hip hop and new jack swing group from Atlanta, Georgia who were active in the mid 1990s.  

ABC consisted of Romelle "RoRo" Chapman, Chris Sellers, David Shelton and brothers Demetrius and Marliss ("Red" and "Mark", respectively) Pugh, as well as "unofficial" member Adrian "G.A." (General Austin) Witcher. They were discovered by Michael Bivins. ABC's debut album Coolin' at the Playground Ya Know! was released on February 11, 1991. The album's two biggest singles were the first and second singles: "Iesha" and "Playground", respectively, which reached the top ten on both the R&B and pop charts. A cover of New Edition's song "Jealous Girl" followed, as well as the singles "Spydermann" and "My World". The album reached #7 on the Billboard 200 and eventually went platinum.

During this time, Mark and Dave appeared among other children (including Macaulay Culkin) in a scene of Michael Jackson's video "Black or White". Also during this time, all the members of ABC made their only movie appearance to date, as characters in The Meteor Man (which also featured appearances from various other musicians). They all dyed their hair blonde for the movie, a style they also showcased in the video for the East Coast Family's only collective song, "1-4-All-4-1".

On March 3, 1991 Another Bad Creation appeared on sketch comedy show In Living Color. Keenen Ivory Wayans introduced them by comparing them to The Jackson 5, New Edition, and Boyz II Men. The group then performed "Iesha".