In 1987, the trio released their debut single "We Rock the Beat" which peaked at #58 on Billboard's Hot Black Singles chart, staying on the chart for 8 weeks.
During that same year, the Sugar Babes released their self-titled debut album on MCA Records, which didn't appear to make the charts at all.
The follow-up singles "I'll Educate You (On My Love)" and "The Perfect Kind of Love" failed to make any impact on the charts. Unfortunately, the group's debut album turned out to be their last one and they soon faded into obscurity.
In the early '90s, Stacye and Kimiko became a duo and scored moderate success on the R&B charts. Kimiko was planning on releasing a solo album in 1992, but it was never released.
This cute, precocious girl group had somewhat faded into obscurity, but according to a comment from the Isle of Deserted Pop Stars blog, Kimiko is married with two children and owns her own business.
As for Stacye & Patrice, they have seemed to faded into obscurity. Stacye and Kimiko's album is available on Amazon and possibly on Ebay. The Sugar Babes' album is hard to find and you can try your luck to find it on Ebay.
To see the music video for "We Rock the Beat", go to:
To see a fan-made video for "I'll Educate You (On My Love)," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "The Perfect Kind of Love," go to:
[Updated on 04\18\2016]