Keith Larnell Burston and Darrell Littlejohn are Smokey Robinson’s nephews, however the bloodline didn’t help the duo achieve success saving artists. Robinson made a decision to generate his nephews aswell as his support singers, Quiet Surprise, but Motown treated both tasks as communicable illnesses. The initial Keith & Darrell one, “Experience the Fever” b/w “Factors You’re MANUFACTURED FROM,” was planned for discharge in past due 1979, but just promo copies resulted, and the business backed from the Burston/Littlejohn/Dwight Thomas tune. In Feb 1980, another K&D one, “Kickin’ It Around” (compiled by Keith and Clifford Burston) b/w “I Met This Female,” experienced the same destiny. The third period was the attraction (or the discharge) for K&D, “You’re My Gardner” (Smokey Robinson) b/w “AVOID BEING Scared,” a Keith, Clifford, Darrell, and Rana Ford tune, rolled out in 1981 but collected few product sales. The duo resurfaced March 1984 on the Billy Durham/Leanard Jackson tune, “Function That Body,” but background repeated itself as Motown hardly ever got behind this or some of K&D’s information. The inclusion of their “Shifting So Close” towards the A Fine Clutter soundtrack in 1986 was their last hurrah. Ian Levine revitalized Littlejohn’s profession in the past due ’80s by documenting him as the business lead from the revamped Displays (original business lead Richard Road was touring the world using the Temptations) for his Engine City project.