Given birth to in Great Lakes, Illinois and raised in Dayton, Ohio, drummer Steve Arrington got his begin using the Little Mystics. Once they disbanded, he shifted from Ohio to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and in 1978 became a member of the group Slave, which surfaced from a union of two previous Ohio rings, the Youthful Mystics and Dark Satin Spirit. Arrington started being a percussionist and history vocalist but became business lead vocalist on such strikes as “Only a Contact of Appreciate,” “Viewing You,” and “Await Me.” Arrington still left Slave in 1982 and shaped a new music group, Steve Arrington’s Hall of Popularity. He experienced a spiritual transformation in 1984 through the documenting of Positive Power. Arrington documented for both Kongflather and Atlantic, experiencing his greatest achievement using the 1985 LP Dancin’ in the main element of Lifestyle. It included a high Ten R&B strike in the name track and Best 20 solitary with “Experience So Actual.” By 1986, Arrington started using his displays as discussion boards for his spiritual values, and in 1991 he remaining pop music to become minister and visitor musician on numerous albums. In ’09 2009, Arrington released Pure Thang, a modern gospel arranged. Four years later on, he teamed with Dâm-Funk for Higher, released on the Rocks Throw label. The next 12 months brought an anthology, WAY TO AVOID IT: 80-84, which drew from his Slave-assisted 1980 solo solitary, his two Hall of Popularity albums, and his personal archive of previously unreleased materials.
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|Straight Outta Compton||2015||writer: "Weak At The Knees", "Gangsta Gangsta", "The Nigga Ya Love To Hate" - as Steven Arrington|
|Modern Drug||2015||Short writer: "Timber"|
|Pitch Perfect 2||2015||writer: "Timber" - as Steven Arrington|
|Todd's Pop Song Reviews||2014-2015||TV Series documentary writer - 4 episodes|
|Tu cara me suena - Argentina||2014||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Grand Theft Auto V||2013||Video Game writer: "Gangsta Gangsta", "Gin and Juice"|
|Generation Kill||2008||TV Mini-Series writer - 1 episode|
|Baby Boy||2001||writer: "Just a Touch Of Love"|
|Down to Earth||2001||"Gin and Juice"|
|Nurse Betty||2000||writer: "Just a Touch of Love"|
|Boiler Room||2000||writer: "Keepin' the Faith"|
|Girls Town||1996||as Arrington, "And I Say"|
|Murder Was the Case: The Movie||1995||Video short "Who Am I What's My Name"|
|Top of the Pops||TV Series performer - 2 episodes, 1985 writer - 1 episode, 1985|
|Let Clay Be Clay||2013||original score|
|La jungle||2006||musician: drum|
|Finding the Funk||2013||Documentary archival photographs|
|Finding the Funk||2013||Documentary||Himself|
|Top of the Pops||1985||TV Series||Himself|
|Soul Train||1985||TV Series documentary||Guest|
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