Jamaican vocal group the Royals were founded in 1964 by singer and writer Roy Cousins, and the initial lineup contains Cousins, Errol Wilson, Keith Smith, and Berthram Johnson, even though Royals were completely Cousins’ baby, and he remains the only real constant through the entire group’s history. Their personal song, “GRAB the Parts,” was originally documented for Coxsone Dodd in 1967 (who released it beneath the group name The Tempests), but Cousins re-recorded an probably superior version from it in 1973. Even though Royals caused Dodd as well as other Jamaican manufacturers like Joe Gibbs, Byron Smith and Lloyd Daley, Cousins more and more began to make the group’s materials, even beginning his very own record brands, Tamoki and Wambesi Information, to be able to better control and distribute his productions. Cousin’s skilled writing as well as the huge care he had taken in building rhythms and crafting suburb vocals (generally featuring his very own high tenor) and harmonies provides produced the Royals perhaps one of the most reputed from the island’s vocal groupings. Three albums of Cousins’ Royals productions had been released by Ballistic, a subsidiary of United Performers, between 1977 and 1979: GRAB the Pieces, A DECADE After, and Israel End up being Wise. Cousins transferred to Britain in the first 1980s, where he provides continued being a producer.