Somethin' for the People

Genres: Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s

Biography

This Oakland, California, USA-based urban R&B trio balances production and songwriting with their own recording career. Curtis ‘Sauce’ Wilson, Jeff ‘Fuzzy’ Young and Rochad ‘Cat Daddy’ Holiday formed Somethin’ For The People in Los Angeles in 1990, and initially made their breakthrough as a songwriting team. The trio released their Capitol Records debut in 1993, but enjoyed more success as songwriters for hire, placing songs with En Vogue, Brandy and U.N.V. The trio relocated to Warner Brothers Records in 1995, with the label re-releasing their debut shortly afterwards. Their second album followed in late 1997. This Time It’s Personal included the US Top 5 hit ‘My Love Is The Shhh!’, featuring vocal duo Trina And Tamara. High-profile work for Adina Howard, Will Smith and Eric Benét, and the inauguration of their own Warners-backed production company delayed the recording of the trio's third album. Issues...

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