Though she was originally a gymnast, diver, and runner, British pop diva/DJ Sonique became a favorite and critically acclaimed force in worldwide dance music. Elevated on a variety of traditional spirit and disco, Sonique started singing as a kid and slice her first solitary, “I WANT TO Keep You,” for Cooltempo Information while she was still an adolescent. A couple of years later on, she collaborated with DJ Tag Moore as you fifty percent of the dance-pop duo S’Express, co-writing and performing on tunes like “Nil to lose” and “Discover ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Neglect ‘Em,” both which had been charting singles within the U.K. and had been presented on S’Express’ 1990 recording Intercourse. Sonique’s developing participation in Britain’s golf club scene resulted in her desire for learning to be a DJ herself and she qualified for 3 years before rotating in public. Enough time was well-spent. Immediately after her golf club debut, she gained followings in European countries, Hong Kong, as well as the U.S.; added vocals to monitors by Josh Wink, Kendo, Gusto, and Helicopter; and made an appearance on DJ compilations like 1997’s Introspective of Home, Third Aspect and 1998’s United kingdom Anthems Summertime. She received especially solid support in Tampa, in which a DJ started rotating an transfer of her one “It Feels SO EXCELLENT” in 1999; radio play and major-label curiosity implemented. She released the one and her full-length debut record, Listen to My Cry, in early 2000 together with her very own label Critical, Caffeine Information, Republic/Universal, as well as the Internet-based imprint Farmclub.com. Her appearance on Farmclub.com’s tv plan helped place “It all Feels SO EXCELLENT” on Billboard’s Hot 100, Best 40 mainstream, and rhythmic Best 40 graphs, cementing Sonique’s charm being a multi-format, multi-talented musician.