Vocalist Lynden David Hall vaulted towards the forefront of Britain’s nu-soul motion along with his 1998 strike “Sexy Cinderella.” Created in London on, may 7, 1974, Hall found out classic spirit music as a teenager after he was expelled from college from fighting and delivered to live along with his record-collector dad — he quickly taught himself to try out guitar, and with time started composing his personal songs, documenting his first demonstration sessions while going to the British College for Performing Arts in Croydon. Through experienced supervisor Tony Hall (no connection), Hall’s demos got for the table of BBC Radio 1 DJ Trevor Nelson, who authorized the vocalist to EMI’s fledgling metropolitan subsidiary Cooltempo; Hall’s debut LP Medication 4 My Discomfort followed within the fall months of 1997, making essential raves but offering badly until a remixed “Sexy Cinderella” damaged the U.K. Best 20 the next year. The recording went on to market more than 100,000 copies and gained Hall the Mobo Award for Greatest Newcomer of 1998, however the 2000 follow-up The Additional Side fared terribly at retail, and his agreement was terminated soon thereafter as EMI reshuffled its roster. In 2003, Hall made an appearance in the passionate comedy Love In fact as a marriage singer, and 2 yrs later resurfaced having a third LP, AMONG Jobs, for the 3rd party label Random. By enough time of its launch Hall was fighting Hodgkin’s lymphoma, nevertheless, and the condition claimed his existence on Feb 14, 2006; during his loss of life, he was simply 31-years-old.