Like Deniece Williams, among her inspirations, R&B singer and songwriter Moniquea is from Gary, Indiana, though she grew up in Pasadena, California. Encircled by music, she also created like a performer during her youngsters and, at age 15, performed in the Rose Dish. She released a self-titled recording in 2011 that integrated classic and modern sounds with a little spending budget. In 2012, Moniquea was presented on rapper/maker XL Middleton’s “You Can’t Teach Me,” an attitudinal synth funk duet slicker than her single release. The next yr, she collaborated with Middleton and Eddy Funkster for “I Don’t Wanna Get accustomed to It,” where she really arrived to her own like a vocalist who, coupled with her affiliates, put today’s spin on early-’80s post-disco and synth funk. Another solitary, “A PARTICULAR Way,” aswell as the recording Yes No Probably, adopted on MoFunk in 2014.