Lemma initial became recognized to a wider market in 2000 when he provided the soundtrack for Josef Fares’ film Jalla Jalla. The strike single “EASILY Used to Like You,” sounded bewilderingly old-fashioned, Southern spirit with just a little dosage Jimmy Cliff. When the one was performed on the air, people often believed it a spirit classic that they could not understand. But before this, Lemma acquired both documented an record that had not been released, and lead the rings Mo Blues and Mo Funk. Mo Blues performed outdated Delta blues and songster music, while Mo Funk performed spirit and party funk at night clubs around Göteborg, Sweden, but didn’t release any information. Then Lemma visited NY for a couple of years, where he composed songs and documented a spirit record. But prior to the record could possibly be released, the record firm when bankrupt as well as the record got captured in the legal procedure that followed. For just two years, Lemma waited in vain before he returned to Göteborg. Right here, he was approached by Josef Fares and decided on composing the music for his film, and another year Morning Teach was released, made by Lemma himself and using lots of the music artists he had used in his various other bands, included in this bassist Stefan Wingefors and guitarist Mats Eriksson. This record reminded listeners of what Lemma acquired played previously, but was even more gentle and included no natural blues and few up-tempo music. It was an instantaneous success and proceeded to go way through to sales lists, getting a diverse market using its friendly spirit, sometimes having a singer/songwriter touch.