Ahead of developing her sound, a fusion of rock and roll and R&B that will middle around themes of coping with heartache, inward reflection, and empowerment, Kwanza Jones discovered how exactly to play many instruments, but music was merely among her interests. An overachiever, she was her high college’s valedictorian, earned the 1995 Miss Baltimore name, went to Princeton, and gained a law level. In 2001, she released her initial album, Nude — a fittingly stripped-down group of introspective tracks that sometimes rocked and in any other case had more in keeping with the task of adult substitute singer/songwriters. Nude, Vol. 2: General Fire premiered five years afterwards and featured a comparatively split and varnished audio, aswell as covers from the Doorways’ “Light My Fireplace” and Ashford & Simpson’s “Ain’t No Hill Great Enough.” Supercharged, her boldest album however, was issued this year 2010.