In 1982 British singer and songwriter Junior Giscombe released his debut single Mama Used To Say. The former backup singer for British soul/funk band Linx was known simply as Junior, and he was one of the first British R&B singers to do well in the US. He was awarded Billboard's Best New Artist Award, which was presented to him by James Brown. Mama Used To Say has been covered and sampled numerous times. In 1991 rapper Heavy D sampled the song on "Is It Good To You, and in 1992 rapper Positive K sampled the song's guitar intro on his hit single I Got A Man. In 2000, Junior's cousin - British comedian Richard Blackwood - sampled the song on his single Mama, Who Da Man.
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