Me so you were a vocal duo featuring the abilities of a sibling and sister group, Norman McLean (b. 1959, Jamaica, Western world Indies) and Sonia McLean (b. 1963, Jamaica, Western world Indies, d. 1995). They originated from a musical family members and had been alert to the pitfalls on the market through their sister Shirley’s previous encounters in the Jamaican music picture. The duo started their recording profession in 1979 with DEB music, one of the most successful independent brands, which advanced from the Morpheus group initiated by Castro Dark brown. (It had been wrongly assumed that there is a family group connection when Castro produced a relationship with Dennis Emanuel Dark brown, whose initials motivated the label’s name.) The duo’s debut, ‘This Like’, was a high 10 strike in the reggae graphs, maintaining a wholesome position through the entire spring season. These were then taken up to the studio room by Dennis and Castro Dark brown, who created a edition from the Philly strike ‘You Never KNOW VERY WELL WHAT You Got’, offering Jamaican program players the experts, later referred to as the We PEOPLE Music group, and including Lloyd Parks and Sly Dunbar. The one topped the reggae graph and crossed over in to the mainstream, residing in the graph for nine weeks and peaking at amount 31 in the united kingdom Best 40. The tune was licensed towards the Lazer group who acquired promoted ‘Cash IN MY OWN Pocket’ for Dennis Dark brown, repeating the fulfillment using the duo’s main label debut. Through the summertime the group toured within a DEB music display featuring Black Tranquility, 15-16-17, Future and George Burrell, pipped from the very best slot by Dark Harmony. Regardless of this remarkable rise to stardom Norman and Sonia managed a cautious method of their achievement. Their decision to be skeptical was proved right when ‘In The Long term’, released on DEB, was struggling to match the fortunes of its forerunner. In 1980 the prior year’s efforts had been rewarded if they had been voted one of the better beginners in the Dark Echoes Honours. They continuing to record several strikes, including ‘Railway Place’, alongside their 1982 self-production of ‘Informal Affair’, using a sublime edition of Jackie Edwards’ ‘Who Informed You So’. The duo acquired carved a good position in the annals of UK reggae as well as the sector suffered an excellent reduction when Sonia passed away in 1995.