Harold Clayton co-wrote the SOS Band’s number 1 R&B platinum dance smash, “INVEST SOME TIME (STILL DO IT).” A higher college friend of his, Sigidi Abdallah, was presented with a production project by Tabu Information leader Clarence Avant to utilize an Atlanta, GA-based music group known as Santa Monica. 1 day, Clayton ceased by while Abdallah was attempting to create some song concepts. The two ultimately developed the basic framework of what would become “INVEST SOME TIME (STILL DO IT).” The music group now referred to as the S.O.S. Band documented what will be their biggest strike. The two-million offering “INVEST SOME TIME (STILL DO IT)” continued to be at number 1 R&B for five weeks,and visited number 3 pop on Billboard’s graphs in springtime 1980. It had been on the debut LP S.O.S. which parked at number 2 R&B for three weeks and managed to get to amount 12 play summertime 1980. It’s detailed on Membership Epic, Vol. 1: A Assortment of Basic Dance Mixes, Disco Years, Vol. 5: Should be the Music, and Billboard Best Strikes: 1980. At age 53, Harold Clayton passed away in an car accident in LA, CA in fall 2000. Around that same period, Sigidi Abdallah and people from the S.O.S. Music group laughingly recalled the way the music group primarily rebuffed their career-making tune within an appearance on wire route VH1’s The 100 Greatest Dance Tracks.