For most her childhood in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Jocelyn Enriquez had the chance to flex her vocal talents. From her early adolescent years carrying out with the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Girls Chorus as well as the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Opera Company down the road, her stage encounter ultimately won her a saving contract with Categorized Records by enough time she flipped 16. Her debut Lovely strike the roads in 1994, prompting Tommy Boy Information to get sucked in and launch Enriquez’s follow-up, easily titled Jocelyn 3 years later on. Her first solitary “WOULD YOU Miss Me” strike the R&B and dance graphs in 1997, and Enriquez gained the chance to tour with such works because the Fugees, LL Great J, Brandy, Mase and Dru Hill. Pursuing her go back to the Bay Region in 1998, she recognized the prize for Greatest R&B Artist on the Bay Region Music Honours and was honored on the 1998 “Bridge Contractors” Asian American Leadership Honours.
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|102 Dalmatians||2000||performer: "So Fabulous, So Fierce Freak Out"|
|A Night at the Roxbury||1998||performer: "A Little Bit Of Ecstasy"|
|54||1998||as Jocelyn Enriquez, "If You Could Read My Mind"|
|54||1998||Stars on 54|
|The Cindy Margolis Show||2000||TV Series||Herself|
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|1999||ALMA Award||ALMA Awards||Outstanding Performance of a Song for a Feature Film||54 (1998)||· Amber
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