The success that was expected for teenaged ska and reggae strap Music Youth when their pro-marijuana single “Move the Dutchie” sold a lot more than four million copies in 1982 didn’t arrive to fruition. Within 3 years, the music group, who highlighted vocalist Dennis Seaton, keyboardist Michael Offer, as well as the Waite brothers — Patrick, who performed bass and Freddie Junior, who performed drums — had opted their separate methods. Although a reunion was conceived in 1993, the premature loss of life of Patrick Waite at age 30 while in law enforcement custody end these programs. The associates of Musical Youngsters were participating in Duddleston Manor College in Birmingham when the group was produced with the Waite brothers and their dad, Frederick Waite, a previous person in Jamaican vocal group the Methods, who initially taken care of lead vocals. Following the music group agreed upon with MCA in 1981, Dennis Seaton was recruited to sing business lead. The following calendar year, they hit precious metal with their one “Move the Dutchie,” predicated on the Mighty Diamond jewelry’ strike “Move the Kouchie.” However the music group released several following singles, including “Unconditional Appreciate” with Donna Summer months and “Sixteen,” these were struggling to match the achievement of “Move the Dutchie.” The group splintered following the departure of Seaton in 1985.