b. Barbara Anne Smith, 3 March 1961, Kingston, Jamaica, Western world Indies. In the past due 70s a fresh influx of DJs including Charlie Chaplin, Josie Wales and Brigadier Jerry had been plying their trade in the dancehalls. The amount of feminine performers in the same region was small, so when they rendered a chant it had been mainly within a helping role, such as Liza’s assist with Papa Kojak. The problem was rectified when Sister Nancy started executing, and ushered in a fresh aspect to dancehall entertainment. Female Anne was among the initial, alongside Nancy, who gained the support from the crowds and her reputation led to studio room sessions. Female Anne’s debut was with Root base Custom, where she documented a remedy to ‘Glimmer Eyes Gal’ as ‘Glimmer Eye Boy’. Additional strikes included ‘Take A Collection’, ‘Heroes Connection’, ‘Chat Talk Chat’ and ‘Woman Anne You’re Lovely’, aswell as mixtures with Peter Metro (‘Bossanova’) and Steve Santana (‘Like Existence’). She continuing to record and appearance on various audio systems and in 1982 her strike ‘Informer’, for Joe Gibbs, liked an extended spell in the Jamaican Top 10. She was known on her behalf cheerful disposition and feeling of humour, however the music revealed another part of her personality in her condemnation of ghetto informants. Programs for a global tour had been thwarted due to issues with the immigration regulators, which undermined her potential for wider reputation. The trailblazing nature of Nancy and Anne offers since influenced many performers, including Sister Carol, Woman Shabba, Lady Noticed, Woman G and Patra.