In 1981, they released their self-titled debut album which peaked at #56 on Billboard's R&B Albums chart.
The first single from the album, "Let's Dance (Make Your Move)" peaked at #88 on the Billboard Hot 100, #22 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music\Club Play chart, and #18 on Billboard's Hot Soul Singles chart in August of 1981. The song became the trio's highest appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 to date.
The follow-up single, "Gotta Give It Up" peaked at #73 on Billboard's Hot Soul Singles chart in January of 1982, lasting on the charts for 5 weeks.
In 1983, West Street Mob released their second album, "Break Dance: Electric Boogie" which was first released in France & Germany, but was later released in the United States, Australia, & New Zealand a year later.
The title song was released as the second single from the album which managed to peak at #52 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music\Club Play Singles chart and #37 on Billboard's Hot Black Singles chart in September of 1983.
West Street Mob released three more singles: "I Can't Stop," "Rock the Party," and "Mosquito" before fading into obscurity. Sabrina Gillson provided vocals for musician Duke Bootee's 1984 "Bust Me Out" album and was featured on David Grant's 1985 album, "Hopes and Dreams" on the duet, "Take My Heart." Her last music appearance to date was doing background vocals on Seven Windows' song, "Shakey's Got the Blues" in 1986.
Bill McGhee continues to work on various music projects, but he is also a jazz musician and school adminstrator. In 2006, Bill released a jazz album, "Chase the Sunset."
To see Bill McGhee's MySpace page, go to:
To see a fan-video for "Let's Dance (Make Your Body Move)," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Get Up and Dance" (from their debut album), go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Break Dance (Electric Boogie)," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Mosquito," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Got to Give it Up," go to:
[updated on 05\07\12]