Vocalist Nate Williams, organist Rory Sizemore, and his bass-playing brother Edric “Ricky” Sizemore became musically associated as teens, playing together in the church. With a growing curiosity in secular music, the trio began developing original material with the intention of circulating demos to regional labels. Operating informally as Seville, “Share My Love” became both thesis statement and title track for an album project facilitated by producer Carl Davis. Newly aware of Millennium Records signees Seville in New York City. Davis suggested the name Magnum Force to Williams and the Sizemores, who Davis then signed to his own Kelli-Arts Records. Headquartered at 8 East Chestnut on Chicago’s Near North Side, Kelli-Arts issued “Share My Love” as a B-Side to both “A Tough Of Funk” and “Are You Ready For The Weekend” both available on 45 or 12-inch.