Katalina (real name Kara Wethington) is a pop/dance artist who was signed to Thump Records. She is mostly known for her hit single "D.J. Girl" from her first and only album Sonic Groove released in 1996. The album also spawned two more singles the title track "Sonic Groove" and "You'll be my future", but neither found much success on the charts.
Uness- Artist, Writer,& Producer Since the age of 16, Uness’ unlimited creative potential has taken him to the four corners of the world, earning him praise and attention from many industry leading executives, producers, and artists.
Born in Jamaica but raised in Brooklyn, R&B singer Razah grew up surrounded by crime, violence, and drugs. With a strong-willed mother, Razah survived the tough environment without ever falling prey to the street life. He took music seriously while in school and hung out at the famous Don One studio in Brooklyn after class.
Ashley McEwen’s music bursts out of the speakers with a freshness and vitality that captures everyone who hears it. Singing with a wholehearted joy that is all too rare, Ashley charms and enchants, and is an emerging star to be reckoned with. Her debut CD, Inside My Head, heralds the arrival of this gorgeous young phenom who is soon to set the music world by storm.
Her name is familiar. You've probably heard of her before, and you may have even heard the full-range of her indelible vocal skills and unmistakable, impassioned voice on the works of other recording artists and soundtracks. She is perhaps best known for her 1999 Warner Bros.
Records recording artist Jimmy Cozier grew up in Brooklyn, New York and was surrounded by music at a young age. His father was an accomplished saxophonist, while his Jamaican-born mother introduced him to reggae and dancehall music. In addition to his father, Cozier counts among his greatest musical influences Cassandra Wilson, Steven Coleman, Donny Hathaway and Luther Vandross.
rn: January 23, 1948) Anita, the second eldest sister in the Pointer family, was married at the age of 17 and had one daughter, Jada, who was immortalized in the Pointer Sisters' song of the same name.