Along with his dynamic dancing and smooth yet gutsy vocals, Morris Day performed an important role in the introduction of the Twin City dance/club sound from the 1980s. A founding person in Prince’s band, enough time, he remained using the group from 1981 until 1984, when he released his single career. Returning once again in 1988, he also performed and documented with enough time from 1990 until 1991 and after 1995. Day’s participation with Prince traces back again to 1980, when his structure “Partyup” (originally documented when he was an associate of the Business), was protected on Prince’s Dirty Brain album. Liberating his debut single recording, Color of Achievement, in 1985, Day time reached his apex along with his second single album, Daydreaming, 2 yrs later. Made by ex-Time users Terry Lewis and Jimmy Jam, the record included the chart-topping R&B tune “Fishnet.” Time released his third single album, Assured, in 1992. After Assured, Day toured sometimes without any brand-new item. He finally came back to documenting in 2004 with ISN’T IT ABOUT TIME, a mainly live album using a few brand-new studio slashes, one including a visitor appearance by rapper E-40. Time has also made an appearance in several movies and tv shows.