Musical Youth

Musical Youth

About Musical Youth

Musical Youth are a British reggae band. They are best remembered for their successful 1982 single 'Pass the Dutchie', which became a number 1 hit across the world. The band recorded two studio albums, and released a number of successful singles throughout 1982 and 1983, including a collaboration with Donna Summer. 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. The group originally formed in 1979 at Duddeston Manor School in Birmingham, and featured two sets of brothers, Kelvin and Michael Grant, plus Junior and Patrick Waite. The latter pair's father, Frederick Waite, was a former member of Jamaican group The Techniques, and sang lead with Junior at the start of Musical Youth's career.

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