R&B vocalist & composer
She along with Mic Murphy (The System) were members of the short lived band from New York, The Jack Sass Band (also known as Sass), in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band was known for their songs, 'Much Too Much' and 'Save My Life'. La La went on to singing backup vocals, and songwriting during the 1980s. She has written songs for Lillo Thomas, Melba Moore, Glenn Jones, Stephanie Mills, Whitney Houston, and the late Carl Anderson, and she worked with other R&B producers such as Kashif.
La La released two albums, La La, released in 1987, and Always (La La Means I Love You) in 1991.
She is currently a professor at York College, City University of New York.
- 26 Vocals
- 12 Instruments & Performance
- 43 Writing & Arrangement
- 5 Featuring & Presenting
- 27 Production
- 1 Technical
- 1 Visual
|La La||La La (Album)||Arista||Japan||1987||Sell This Version|
|La La||La La Means I Love You! (Album)||Motown||US||1991||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|Jazzy Jay / Lala*||Jazzy Jay / Lala* - Son Of Beat Street / Into The Night (Maxi)||Atlantic||US||1984||Sell This Version|
|La La||My Love Is On The Money (Single)||Arista||Germany||1987||Sell This Version|
|La La||I Got A Thing For You (Single)||Arista||US||1987||Sell This Version|
|La La||(If You) Love Me Just A Little (Single, Maxi)||Arista||UK||1986||Sell This Version|
|La La||We'll Keep Striving (Single)||Arista||UK||1987||Sell This Version|
|La La||Always (Single)||Motown||US||1991||Sell This Version|
|none||La La||La La Makes Her Move: A Sneak Preview Of Her Upcoming Debut Album (Cass, Promo)||Arista||none||US||1987||Sell This Version|