Jazz, funk, and R&B trumpet participant known for such 1980s strike songs while “Thighs Large (Hold Your Sides and Move)” and “Funkin’ for Jamaica (N.Con.).” He released his debut recording, Browne Sugar, in 1979. Early in his profession, he often used renowned saxophonist Sonny Lot of money. His well-known albums consist of Rockin’ Radio, Like Strategy, and Magic. He was raised within the Queens community of NEW YORK. He and jazz pianist Lonnie Smith became musical collaborators.