Drummer Ollie E. Dark brown and bassist Jerry Knight had been first-call recording program musicians. The indigenous Detroiters shaped the tempo nucleus of fellow Detroiter Ray Parker Jr.’s music group Raydio. Knight sang business lead vocals on Raydio’s yellow metal Best Five R&B/Best Eight pop smash “Jack port and Jill.” As an A&M documenting designer,Knight forged an interesting rock/R&B/funk blend with maker David Kershenbaum at the top 17 R&B strike “Overnight Feeling” through the LP Jerry Knight and on Super Rare Disco, Vol. 2. Dark brown produced edges for Klique, Patti Austin, Latoya Jackson, as well as the Rolling Rocks. Polydor Information exec Russ Regan asked Brownish to contribute tracks towards the soundtrack from the breakdancing-themed film Breakin’. While you’re watching scenes in the film throughout a pre-release testing from the film, a series uttered by among the character’s got Brown’s interest, “they can not end us.” While collaborating over the melody idea with Knight, both began to think about their music biz travails. Issued simply because Ollie and Jerry, “Breakin’…THERE IS NO Stoppin Us” visited number 3 R&B and amount nine play the summertime of 1984. The 12″ expanded version includes a even more echoey, cavernous combine and burning up synth bass with an instrumental over the flipside. The duo came back over the soundtrack for the sequel Breakin 2: Electric powered Boogaloo including “Electric powered Boogaloo” which managed to get to amount 45 R&B in past due 1984. Knight afterwards co-wrote and created sides over the Jets, Bunny DeBarge, Natalie Cole — Everlasting — and Patrice Rushen — LOOK OUT. “Breakin’…THERE IS NO Stoppin Us” is normally on Disco Evenings, Vol. 7: DJ Pix, Breaking Homies, Billboard Best Dance Strikes:1984, Dance Dance Dance: Dance Strikes from the ’60s, ’70s, & ’80s, and Years of Dance ’60s ’70s & ’80s.