Bernard Wright’s music career as a keyboardist started early at age 13 when he got to tour with fellow Queens, New York musician Lenny White and then later at 16 another Queens legend Tom Browne. By the time he was 18 he had a recording contract with GRP Records and his first album ‘Nard was released that year. There would be two more releases until 1985’s Mr. Wright would produce his only hit “Who Do You Love” but his catalog would provide a rich mining ground for hip-hop producers. Wright recorded two more albums and decided to focus on working with others such as Cameo, Marcus Miller, Bobby Brown, Charles Earland, Pieces Of A Dream and Miles Davis. Interestingly enough Lenny White did a cover of this song with Chaka Khan from his 1995 album Present Tense.