Love and Sas were an R&B duo from Canada. The group was comprised of "Love," Lovena Fox, and "Sas," Saskia Garel. Love had worked as a back-up singer for a variety of artists including Bon Jovi and Colin James. Sas was from Kingston, Jamaica and had a blend of Chinese, Spanish and Afro-Caribbean descent.
The group blended R&B, funk and rap in their music and were often compared to the American group Salt-N-Pepa. In 1992, the girls released their debut album, Call My Name. The album had several singles including "I Don't Need Yo Kiss," "Call My Name," and "Don't Stop Now." However, none of these tracks charted in the United States.
In 1993, the group split, and Sas went on to work as an actress.