Creme d'Cocoa

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Creme d'Cocoa
Genres R&B, soul, disco
Years active 1978 – 1982
Labels Venture
Associated acts The Ambassadors, The Ebonys

Creme d'Cocoa was an American disco group composed of former members of The Ambassadors and The Ebonys.

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The ensemble was founded in 1978 by three members of the Ambassadors and one of The Ebonys after both groups disbanded about the same time early that year.[1] The group's debut single was "Do What You Feel", followed by a full-length entitled "Funked Up". The band's biggest hit was 1979's "Doin' the Dog", which reached #30 on the Billboard R&B charts.[2] A sophomore full-length, Nasty Street, was issued in 1980 but did not spawn any hits; a final single was issued in 1982 before the group dissolved.

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