KIM WESTON, Motown artist, 1965. Her biggest hit was her fifth single released under the Tamla label. In late-1965, Weston was paired as a duet to record withMarvin Gayea song written by (her then husband)Mickey StevensonandSylvia Moy, “It Takes Two.” It was also her only single (to her credit) having made Top 20 on Billboard (#14), and it also broke Top 10 (#4) on the Billboard R&B chart that year as well. “It Takes Two” was also the last single for Kim Weston with Motown Records. The single would be included in the duet’s album, ‘Take Two,’ which was released by the label in August, 1966. Weston and her husband, William “Mickey” Stevenson left Motown for M-G-M Records in 1967.