Deborah Cox

Deborah Cox (came to life July 1 3, 1974) is a Canadian Ep&B singer songwriter and performer Her 1998 tune No body’s Said to Be Here held the report for longest-operating number one solitary on Billboard’s Hot R&B/hip hop Singles & Tracks graph (1-4 weeks), a document held for almost eight years. She has reached 12 number one hits on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play chart. She is regularly mentioned as Canada’s leading R&B musician.

Deborah Cox was born in Toronto to parents of Afro-Guyanese descent, was raised in Scarborough, Toronto and attended John XXIII Catholic Elementary-School and Earl Haig Secondary College She started singing on TELEVISION commercials at age 1-2, and entered numerous talent displays with assistance from her mom. She performed in night-clubs as an adolescent, and started to compose music round precisely the same time. Cox entered the music business in the early nineties, executing as a backup vocalist for Celine Dion for half a year. After getting many rejection letters from Canadian report labels that promised their quota had been attained, Cox moved to La in 1994 with producer and song-writing partner, Lascelles Stephens.

In 1995, label executive Clive Davis signed Cox to Arista Records , and she introduced her self titled debut album precisely the same year. After middling achievement, Cox introduced a non-record single for the soundtrack to the 1997 film Money Talks , titledPoints Just Ain’t The Sam e;. A dancing combination of the tune topped the U.S. dancing charts and was contained on her second record, 1998’s One Desire 1998–2001: One Want

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