|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Let Me Go / Jamaica Funk||6||Audio||1993|
|2||Do Something||12||Audio||1993||Reprise Records|
|3||Do Something||12||Audio||1993||Reprise Records|
|4||Let Me Go / Jamaica Funk||6||Audio||1993||Reprise Records|
|5||Let Me Go||4||Audio||1990||Reprise Records|
Lynieve Austin met Kevin Osborne while attending a performing arts university in London. He was studying saxophone while she was honing her skills as a dancer and singer. The two tapped into their mutual musical tastes and started collaborating. Along the way, they worked in Easy, and eight-piece R&B band that heated up the late 80's British rare groove moment. Urban Speech was born ot of Easy's demise. The duo was signed to WEA/Eternal in 1990, and issued several singles that fared moderately to well in the U.K. charts.