Born in 1960 in Patterson, New Jersey, U.S.
She started her career in 1988 and she found success in U.K., signed to EMI's subsidiary Cooltempo with her debut album that included her smash cover of Otis Redding's "Respect" and the singles "Warning!" and "Thank You" (all three singles reached No.17 in the U.K. chart!) produced by house music collective Smack. She collaborated with Paul Simpson for the hit "Musical Freedom" that sampled Toney Lee's "Reach Up". She duetted with Monie Love for the hip house smash "Ring My Bell" in 1990. On her second album she was produced by Smack with guest production stints by Blaze and Frankie Knuckles, included in it, her cover of " It Should Have Been Me" (a hit for Gladys Knight And The Pips in 1968 and for Yvonne Fair in 1976) and in 1995 she guested on the latter's album "Welcome To The Real World". She made a not successful comeback in 1997 with a third and last album that included her rendition of Inner Life's "Caught Up In A One Night Love Affair". In 2000 she contributed to Prince's tribute album "A Tribute To Prince", covering his classic "1999" and in 2004 she guested to Slippery People's "Wish I Never Knew".
- 61 Vocals
- 3 Instruments & Performance
- 55 Featuring & Presenting
- 2 Acting, Literary & Spoken