Leon Haywood had his first charting single in 1965 with the song She's With Her Other Love. He had numerous charting hits since then, including his notorious I Wanna Do Something Freaky To You and Strokin' Pt. II. In 1980 Haywood released Don't Push It, Don't Force It. The song revived the swing jazz shuffle beat, and it reached number two on the US R&B charts. This was the only song Haywood ever hit the charts in the UK with, and it is because of this song that he is called a "one-hit wonder" there. The following year in 1981 Haywood wrote and produced the song She's A Bad Mama Jama (She's Built She's Stacked) for Carl Carlton - and he recorded the song as well. That song hit number two on the charts, and it earned Carlton a Grammy for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male in 1982.
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