Derrick & Patsy were Jamaica's first boy-girl vocal duo, and across the early '60s they cut a stream of hit singles that were equally heavy-hitters among Britain's West Indian community. Derrick Morgan was already a studio veteran, recording his first song — and hit — in 1959, "Lover Boy." Millicent "Patsy" Todd was an unknown, helped to stardom by her mother. She approached Morgan on Orange Street in 1960, urging him to come hear her daughter sing. Morgan agreed, accompanied her home, and there the young Todd hummed him a few lines of a gospel number.