The remaining members signed with Stripe Horse Records, an independent label, in 1987, which released their final studio album, Bad Boys.
By 1981, Bobby and Tommy had left Switch and returned the favor to their siblings working with them on their debut album, which was released that year with Bobby, Bunny, and El as main producers.
The only single, the Bobby-led ballad "What's Your Name", failed to chart.
De Barge was an American music group whose repertoire included R&B, soul, funk, and pop music.
Active throughout the late–1970s and the 1980s, the group comprised members of the De Barge family.
The latter became the group's best-selling album and garnered the single "Rhythm of the Night", which neared the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.