At the beginning of the 90s, Clarance was known as CB Milton. He scores with Euro dance tracks Send Me An Angel and Its A Loving Thing hits. Almost twenty years later, he comes back as CB Milton, and he brings an album of soul classics from Old Soul.
The Dutch-Surinamese singer CB Milton decided to join Soundmix show in 1985 and performed Do What You Do Jermaine Jackson. He ends with this third place in the preliminary round. Two years later he joins The Swinging Soul Machine. The band regularly accompanies the disco group The Trammps.
By The Swinging Soul Machine, he comes in contact with the Belgian production Duo Phil Wilde and Peter Bauwens and the spiritual father of Unlimited, Jean-Paul de Coster. Under the guidance of this trio, he started a solo career as CB Milton.
Send Me An Angel
In 1993, the debut single Send Me An Angel is in the Netherlands and Belgium on the charts and has at the breakneck pace in 10th place in the Dutch charts. The other four singles that are released from the Its My Loving Thing debute all appear in the hit-or-tip parade. The single Its A Loving Thing even earned the top three in Belgium and is a modest hit in England.
The Way To Wonderland
CB Milton brings in 1996 the second album The Way To Wonderland. Unfortunately, he can thus not match the commercial success of the first album. The third album, From Her To There and singles them remain virtually unnoticed.
In 1999, Milton was nominated for a TMF Award for the best national singer, but that honor eventually went to Marco Borsato. After this, he fades from the limelight. Although he still kept the vocals on the single Something going On Mark van Dale. This was his last listing in the Dutch Top 40.