The R&B production/recording trio Somethin' for the People was formed in Los Angeles in 1990 by Oakland, CA, natives Curtis "Sauce" Wilson and Jeff "Fuzzy" Young, along with L.A.-based Rochad "Cat Daddy" Holiday. After writing songs and recording demos for several years, the three hit pay dirt when they were asked by producers Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy to write a song for their artist Samuelle. Somethin' for the People signed a contract with Capitol Records in 1993, releasing their self-titled debut album that year. They also wrote songs for Brandy, En Vogue, and UNV. Somethin' for the People had hopped labels by 1996, and their debut LP was reissued on Warner Bros. The trio's second album, This Time It's Personal, was released in September of 1997. It spawned the gold-selling, Top Five pop and R&B hit "My Love Is the Shhh!" While attempting to craft a follow-up, Sauce, Fuzzy, and Cat Daddy were kept busy producing tracks for Will Smith's hit album Big Willie Style and Adina Howard's Welcome to Fantasy Island. But they finally released another album of their own, Issues, in July of 2000. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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