b. c.1975, NJ, USA. Another of the seemingly countless roll-call of feminine soul/R&B performers to emerge within the middle-90s, Simone Hines released her self-titled debut for Epic Information in 1997. Hines’ profession began being a membership vocalist who graduated to writing a stage with Queen Latifah and Michael Bolton. She also made an appearance alongside Aretha Franklin at New York’s Apollo Theater throughout a 1992 Democratic Party fund-raiser. The makers on her behalf debut recording included Narada Michael Walden, Harvey Mason Jnr. and Rodney Jerkins. An extremely polished assortment of sensual R&B ballads, three from the recording’s tracks had been co-written from the artist. In addition, it included a cover edition of the Feelings’ ‘Greatest Of My Like’. As well as the launch of an individual, ‘Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!’, Hines increased her profile by saving a track together with Foxy Dark brown for Puff Daddy’s 1997 recording, an enormous international seller.
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|Woo||1998||performer: "I Will"|
|Soul Train||1997||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
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