Among the new influx of UK-based hip-hop works to emerge within the mid-90s, London’s Eusebe featured rapper Steven Eusebe, sister Sharon and cousin Allison Ettienn. Their debut arrived in 1994 with ‘Go with It Up, Fuck It Up, Drop It’, released independently label, Mama’s Backyard. When Lee Haynes, A&R supervisor for EMI Information, authorized them, he also got up to speed the Mama’s Backyard procedure, a practice familiar in US rap circles but much less therefore in Britain. Having briefly flirted with hip-hop using the Ruthless Rap Assassins, EMI’s work of Haynes (previously at Crazy Pitch Information in NY) signified a fresh recognition from the genre, with Eusebe a significant 1st staging post in its efforts to upgrade its roster. Two summer season 1995 singles, ‘Captain Of Like’ and ‘Summertime Curing’, the second option sampling Marvin Gaye’s ‘Sexual Curing’, were the very first results from the collaboration. Both showcased a combined rap/singing strategy in fully noticed song structures, a definite but commercial audio further refined on the debut recording Stories From Mama’s Backyard. Sales from the recording were unsatisfactory and resulted in the break-up from the music group. Sharon Eusebe resurfaced in the brand new millennium, dealing with Gorgeous South frontman Paul Heaton and advertising a solo recording, 24 Hour Blackout.