Inaya has been referred as Inaya Davis.
According to the Birmingham Mail, Hot 'n' Juicy were initially a duo of singers, Emma Lanford (Emma Southam) and Nadine Richardson. They appeared on the 1998 version of "Horny" and later on the 2006 mash up "Horny As A Dandy". They were residents of a tower block on the former Lee Bank estate in Birmingham. They expanded into a trio later in 1998 when they were joined by Nikki Belle, but were again reduced to a duo in 1999 when Richardson quit the band.
After the group split up, Belle went on to provide vocals on a version of Womack & Womack's "Teardrops" for Whelan & Di Scala.