Nunn got his start as a protege of Rick James, and contributed to Rick's early successes by playing synthesizer. On his own with Motown in the '80s, he released several LPs but never matched the success of his mentor.
Los Angeles singer Alfie Silas' highest charting single was "There I Go," a 1982 Top 30 R&B hit. Silas grew up singing in church and later sang in the gospel group We while attending Los Angeles City College. She began singing background vocals for Gino Vanelli, Toto, and Martha Reeves, becoming an in-demand background singer for recording sessions.
Klique was an American rnb trio, consisting of Howard Huntsberry, Isaac Suthers and his sister, Deborah Hunter. They released four albums, starting with It's Winning Time in 1981, concluding with Love Cycles in 1985.
Krystol was an Black female R&B group that preceeded such R&B groups as En Vogue. Krystol is best remembered for their 1984 hit song, "Same Place Same Time." They had some hit songs both before and after this song but they are not well known. In addition to solidifying a distinctive group sound, each of the quartet's members was capable of delivering solid lead performances.