Pop-oriented R&B singer and songwriter Amerie — given birth to Amerie Mi Marie Rogers in Fitchburg, Massachusetts to some Korean mother and an African-American father who was simply a career armed service man — was raised about bases from Alaska to Germany. Being a youngsters, she obtained an appreciation from the traditional arts (from her mom) and of music (from her dad), and she also examined dance from an early on age group and performed in skill contests. After her senior high school graduation, her family members resolved down in Virginia while she begun to go to Georgetown University, that she afterwards graduated using a level in British and Great Arts. While surviving in Washington, D.C., she fulfilled producer Full Harrison, who caused such performers simply because Mary J. Blige, and started developing demos with him. This resulted in a cope with Rise Entertainment and, subsequently, major-label Columbia. Within the springtime of 2002, Rise/Columbia released Amerie’s debut solitary, “WE WILL Fall in Like.” By enough time her 1st recording, All I’VE, made an appearance that July, the solitary had reached the very best 20 from the R&B/hip-hop graph as well as the Billboard Warm 100. Her follow-up, Contact, premiered in Apr 2005. It peaked at quantity five around the Billboard recording graph while yielding the main solitary “1 Thing.” The recording was a substantial improvement over her debut, credited, in large component, to her songwriting insight on nearly every track. Because I REALLY LIKE It, her third recording, followed in-may 2007. Though it had been her strongest & most vibrant work however, and reached the very best 20 within the U.K., programs for any U.S. launch fell through. The next year, she authorized to Def Jam after splitting with Columbia. She documented her fourth recording, In Like & Battle, and released it in November 2009. It produced lots three R&B-chart debut but produced a quick slip backward because of too little significant radio perform. After she transformed the spelling of her carrying out name to Ameriie, she released the singles “What I’D LIKE” (2014) and “Mustang” (2015), along with the EP Drive, through her Feenix Increasing label.