Unlimited (EU) began their music career in high school and helped bring
the Go-Go dance groove to life.
Go-Go started to rise throughout the early 1980's with EU's
appearance alongside rap grandfather Kurtis Blow on "Party
Time", and even the release of a concert movie 'Good To
EU is one of the original Washington, DC Go-Go bands. Titles like "Da
Butt", "Buck Wild",
"Taste of Your Love", "Shake
Your Thang" (Duet with rap group Salt & Pepa) are just a
few of the Mega Hits from EU. After landing a soundtrack in 1988 with
the great producer/writer Spike Lee's film "School Daze", EU
scored a pop hit with "Da Butt"
being the dance sensation. This showed the world who they were!!
EU's style is their energetic, groove-oriented live shows that
earned them a large following in the 1980's.
During EU's success, they landed a record deal with Virgin Records
that secured EU's place in the industry. They also collaborated with
other artists which lead to touring in Japan, Germany, The Caribbean and
other places throughout the world.