"After making a name for himself as one of pop's most verbally pretentious vocalists in the '80s funk outfit the Time, singer Morris Day embarked on a solo career that began with the release of 1985's Color of Success.
Daydreaming, his second attempt, appeared in 1987 and featured the production work of ex-Time members, Terry Lewis and Jimmy Jam. Together they managed to reproduce some of the funky flair the trio is known for with "Fishnet," a single that soared to the R&B No. 1 slot shortly after its release.
A third album, Dangerous, was released in 1992. While recording through the late '80s and early '90s, Day also appeared in several feature films -- including playing himself in Prince's autobiographical epic Purple Rain."