Since gaining global attention with the release of her debut album One From The Heart in 1984, which spawned hits such as Love’s Gonna Get You and the perennial club classic Somebody Else’s Guy, Jocelyn Brown has carved out a reputation as one of the most phenomenal female singers of her generation.
An artist with a powerful, soul shaking voice, she has enjoyed success on both sides of the Atlantic and just concluded a joyous three day stint at London's Jazz Cafe entertaining packed out nights.
Despite being sampled by the likes of George Michael, Moby and Snap (for their international smash hit single The Power), and having worked with a raft of stellar names that include Luther Vandross, Bette Midler, John Lennon, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, Roberta Flack and George Benson, Brown remains level headed and grateful for her musical talents.
“I don’t really think about being a “star”, she insists. “If that is going to happen, then it’s in God’s hands and I thank him for all his blessings.”
Music-News.com was lucky enough to grab some time with the Queen of soul, R&B, gospel, and dance to find out a little more on what has been a glorious career.
Check out the full uncut interview with a truly lovely lady above.