Composed of Susan Haps, Gracia Gorré and Karima Lemghari, Dignity certainly are a feminine vocal trio shaped in Amsterdam in the past due 90s. Together with peers Roméo, they did very much to energise the Netherlands’ burgeoning modern R&B picture. They started their career using a contribution towards the No Perspiration – Dutch R&B Flava compilation, an organization subsidised with the government-backed Country wide Pop Institute in 1996. Their two monitors led to a agreement with Virgin Information Benelux via A&R supervisor Flip Truck Der Enden ? a self-confessed addictive collector of spirit records generally and ‘feminine groups’ specifically. Among the monitors that highlighted on No Perspiration, ‘Chat To Me’, was released as the trio’s initial one. Released in 1997, it became a domestic strike but topped the R&B graphs in Germany. The group’s self-titled debut record implemented in 1998, with a lot of the materials compiled by the trio themselves. In the interim, they dropped original 4th member Edsilia Rombley, who released a successful single career and symbolized holland in 1998’s Eurovision Melody Contest. Dignity, on the other hand, extended their reputation by giving the half period entertainment on the Ajax versus Olympiakos Western european Champions Group match in November 1998 ? Ajax’s earning goal was have scored by Gorré’s cousin, Dean.