This eight-piece jazz funk act was formed in Pennsylvania, USA, by Brenda Reynolds and Albert Williams. Manufacturer Nate Edmunds uncovered them and brought these to Sylvia Robinson’s Sugarhill Information label. Edmunds created their first one, ‘We Got The Funk’, which he previously co-written with Reynolds and Williams. The record vanished without track within their homeland, though it became a huge club hit in the united kingdom and spent weekly in the very best 20 in Dec 1979. Despite performances on shows such as for example THE SURFACE OF THE Pops in the united kingdom, it was to become the sole flavor of achievement for Reynolds as well as the group’s various other vocalist, Vicki Drayton. These were, nevertheless, positive about the problem, stating that they really enjoyed their 5 minutes of popularity. Positive Force produced a short reappearance in the united kingdom Top 75 the next calendar year when ‘We Got The Funk’ was highlighted in the membership/disco medley strike from Calibre Slashes.