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Somethin’ for the People

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The R&B production/recording trio Somethin’ for individuals was formed in LA in 1990 by Oakland, CA, natives Curtis “Sauce” Wilson and Jeff “Fuzzy” Young, alongside L.A.-centered Rochad “Cat Daddy” Holiday. After composing songs and documenting demos for quite some time, the three strike pay dirt if they had been asked by makers Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy to create a song for his or her designer Samuelle. Somethin’ for individuals signed a agreement with Capitol Information in 1993, liberating their self-titled debut recording that year. In addition they wrote tracks for Brandy, En Vogue, and UNV. Somethin’ for individuals had hopped brands by 1996, and their debut LP was reissued on Warner Bros. The trio’s second recording, THIS TIME AROUND It’s Personal, premiered in Sept of 1997. It spawned the gold-selling, Best Five pop and R&B strike “My Love May be the Shhh!” While wanting to art a follow-up, Sauce, Fuzzy, and Kitty Daddy had been kept busy creating paths for Will Smith’s strike recording Big Willie Style and Adina Howard’s Thanks for visiting Fantasy Island. However they finally released another recording of their very own, Problems, in July of 2000.

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Full Name Somethin' for the People
Music Songs My Love Is the Shhh!, You Want This Party Started, My Love Is Shhh!!!, Can You Feel Me, Bitch With No Man, All I Do, Days Like This, This Time It's Personal, Act Like You Want It, Damned If I Do, Take It or Leave It, Somebody's Always Talkin', Feel So Good, I Don't Get Down Like That, Playing the Field, Still the Man, What In The World?, Think of You, You Know What Would Be a Trip, You Don't Have to Be Alone, And It Don't Stop, Don't Wanna Break Your Heart, She's the Kinda Girl, She's Always in My Hair, Where U At, Hood Thang, Take It Off, Ooh Wee, R.U. Down, 2 Night, Outro, I Got Love
Albums This Time It's Personal, Somethin' for the People, Issues

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