Heavily influenced with the Emotions, Alton McClain & Destiny was a lady R&B vocal trio which was mixed up in later ’70s and early ’80s. The Los Angeles-based group was produced in 1978 when business lead vocalist McClain (whose tone of voice acquired a Deniece Williams-like quality) became a member of pushes with backup performers D’Marie Warren and Robyrda Stiger. That season, they agreed upon with Polydor, which employed Frank E. Wilson to create their debut record. First released in early 1979, the trio’s debut record was originally entitled Alton McClain & Future but was re-released since it Must Be Appreciate a few a few months later. “It SHOULD BE Appreciate” was also the name from the threesome’s debut one, which reached the very best Ten on Billboard’s R&B singles graph. Regrettably, the group ended up being a one-hit question, and their 1980 sophomore work, Even more of You, (which Wilson created with John Footman) received hardly any interest. Alton McClain & Destiny’s second record was also its last; the trio was slipped by Polydor/PolyGram in 1980 and known as it quits in 1981. Following the break up, McClain continued to marry manufacturer Neglect Scarborough. Alton McClain & Future shouldn’t be baffled with the past due ’80s rock band Future, the lesbian/women’s music trio Future or the ’90s rapper Future.