When she moved to Stockholm in the 1990s, she started working as a phone receptionist for influential Swedish record label Telegram records and this eventually led to a record deal. Brown’s 1994 album Giving You The Best peaked at no 1 in the Swedish charts and stayed in the chart for 22 weeks. Her two follow up albums did not sell as well as her debut album, but did quite well in their own right with In My Garden (1997) peaking at no 9 and Vera (1998), peaking at no 8. She has recorded mainly as a solo artist, but also as part of the soul/jazz/pop crew Blacknuss. The single "Tuesday Afternoon" was a hit single in Scandinavia, and reached #57 in the UK Singles Chart.
Outside Scandinavia her work is perhaps best known, through the highly successful cover of her song Alive by trance artist Paul van Dyk, which was renamed We Are Alive and became a top 20 hit across Europe in 2000.
In the beginning her music was modern soul and R&B but later experimented with the acoustic singer-songwriter tradition and straight up radio friendly pop. Her 2009 mini album Bloom in November, was inspired by classic Motown sound