The very first woman inducted into Afrika Bambaataa’s Zulu Nation, Wanda Dee became the very first solo female DJ to score with two consecutive platinum singles — “The Goddess” and “Towards the Bone” — in 1989. When techno music group KLF sampled her vocals from “Towards the Bone tissue,” Dee sued the group. An out-of-court arrangement led to her becoming paid money and being provided co-writing credits and posting royalties. The knowledge proved well for those parties. Agreeing to be the group’s business lead vocalist, Dee was presented on six TOP singles, including “Last Teach to Transcentral” and “Justified and Old,” and made an appearance in videos from the tracks. She continuing to tour using the KLF Offering Wanda Dee, Wanda Dee & the brand new KLF, and Wanda Dee & the KLF Encounter. As well as her spouse and supervisor, Eric Floyd, Dee operates her personal documenting label, G.E.R.L. (Goddess Empire Record Label).