During the height of the disco era producer Tony Camillo helped put Creme D'Cocoa together from the remains of two acclaimed R&B groups, The Ambassadors and Ebony.
Creme D'Cocoa's first single, "Do What You Feel" written by Tiny Barge, was released in 1978 and quickly became a favorite of the East Coast night club scene. Venture Records featured two Tiny Barge compositions
on the groups first LP titled "Funked Up", the single "Do What You Feel" and the tender, romantic balled, "Sweet Dream Lady".
"Nasty Street", released in 1980, featured another Tiny Barge original, the title song "Nasty Street".
In 1981 "Sweet Dream Lady" was released as the B side of the groups final single, "I Will Survive".