Jazz-inflected United kingdom dance diva Tina Cousins was raised singing, and gained her vocal chops by fronting a ’40s-style big band group in her past due young adults. She spent her early twenties modeling and gigging with different rings as she done her demonstration tape, which produced its method to dance maker Pete Waterman. Cousins documented many singles with him, like the U.K. dance strike “Killin’ Period.” Sash! noticed the solitary on the air and asked Cousins to collaborate with him around the solitary “Mysterious Occasions,” that was also a Western dance chart achievement. Immediately after, she released her debut full-length, Getting rid of Period, which spawned another strike, “Pray.” The recording premiered in the U.S. in middle-2000 by Republic Information.