Musical Youth (Jamaica)



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    Musical Youth are a( British-Jamaican )pop/reggae boy band group formed in 1979 in Birmingham, England. They are best remembered for their successful 1982 single "Pass the Dutchie", which became a No. 1 hit around the world. The band recorded two studio albums, and released a number of successful singles throughout 1982 and 1983, including collaboration with Donna Summer “Unconditional Love”.💝 Musical Youth earned a “Grammy 🏆Award” nomination before disbanding in 1985 after a series of personal problems. The band returned in 2001 as a duo.From England and Jamaica 2 the world.🌍
    The group was formed in 1979 when the fathers of Kelvin and Michael Grant and Frederick (known as Junior) and Patrick Waite put together a band featuring their sons. The latter pair's father, Frederick Waite Sr., had been a member of the Jamaican reggae group The Techniques. Frederick sang lead with Junior at the start of Musical Youth's career.👉Similar«Caramelos»🌻«Jackson5» 
    Although schoolboys, the group managed to secure gigs at different Birmingham pubs and released a double single in 1981, including songs "Generals" and “Political”, on a local label, (021 Records, named after the then-Birmingham area code.) An appearance on BBC Radio 1 John Peel's evening show brought further attention to the group, and they were signed to MCA Records. By that time, founding member Frederick Waite Jr. backed down to be replaced by Dennis Seaton as lead singer.  «Wikipedia»