There are, at least, two artists by this name.

1) The pop jazz/folk group, from Hong Kong, China, was formed by the singer Lu Shum, acoustic guitarist Dickie Wong & drummer / acoustic guitarist Daniel Shum TszLok.

Songbird Lu has a clean voice & with lyrics in both Cantonese & Mandarin. When they perform, Lu chooses the language that seems most appropriate for the mood of any particular song.

2) A former Ford model. She was born and raised in Nigeria, and spent the 15th first years of her life under the influence of African vibes, music, rhythm and dance. When she was 20 years old she met DJ Cam, and they collaborated on DJ CAM’s album Soulshine, featuring the million selling hit “Summer In Paris”. She is inspired by great artists as Ella Fitzgerald, Jill Scott, Sade, Dusty, Springfield and Portishead. However, one can’t hear any African influences on her DJ Cam produced album “Stories”; it sounds more like the cosmopolitan brand of sophisticated R&B and Japanese nu-jazz.

Edited by IanAR on 14 Aug 2010, 17:38

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