Soul train dancer Jermaine Steward proved that he had pipes with the fantastic song and one-hit-wonder “We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off.”
William Jermaine Stewart hit it big with his 1986 hit “We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off,” peaking at number two on the charts in both the USA and Canada. Now that’s timeless R&B, and one of the greatest eighties anthems.
Almost the whole of this track was created with electronic instruments. Moog bass featured and an entire range of keyboards and various other synthesizers. The guitar and saxophone were real.
This song from Jermain Steward captured the perfect fun sound of the eighties, helping the track to rise to massive success thanks to its quirky appeal.