Best known for the hits "Everlasting Love" and "She's a Bad Mama Jama", this Detroit-born singer scored his second Top 20 on the soul chart with this song, which climbed to #12. On the Hot 100, it got as high as #78.
Post by seminolefan on Aug 5, 2019 10:33:50 GMT -5
August 16, 1980
This singer/bass guitarist got his start working with the likes of Stevie Wonder and Miles Davis before breaking through on the Norman Connors song "You Are My Starship". One of his three Top 10 soul hits, this song peaked at #4.
Post by seminolefan on Aug 19, 2019 10:06:20 GMT -5
August 27, 1983
This group of five sisters from Detroit has been a fixture in the gospel music scene for over 4 decades. Their biggest crossover hit climbed to #16 on the soul chart, two years after its initial release.
This Brooklyn-born singer hit the Top 20 of the soul chart for the first time with this song, peaking at #11. It also bubbled under the Hot 100 at #102, his only single to even come close to charting there.