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Deborah Cox


Deborah Cox Bio

A multi-platinum selling artist and a multi-talented entertainer, Cox has conquered the R&B pop charts.

While singing with Celine Dion, Cox was discovered by the infamous Clive Davis and instantly signed to Arista records. Her Gold-selling self-titled debut album was released in 1995, and in 1998 she followed up with the release of her second album titled One Wish. From the second album came the double Platinum single Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here which held the record for being the longest running #1 R&B single for fourteen consecutive weeks and earned her a Lady of Soul and Soul Train Award. We Can’t Be Friends, Things Just Ain’t The Same and It’s Over Now soon followed. In 2000 Deborah recorded the duet Same Script Different Cast with Whitney Houston. The Morning After was released in 2002 with Up & Down (In & Out) co-written with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

In addition to both film and television, Deborah also released a Grammy Award nominated tribute album to the legendary Dinah Washington in 2007, as well as an independent R&B album release of The Promise in 2008 where she earned her tenth #1 spot on the Billboard Dance Chart with the international hit Beautiful U R. Behind the scenes, Deborah has recorded singles for several film soundtracks including Akeelahand the Bee, Hotel Rwanda, Kingdom Come, Money Talks, A Good Man Is Hard To Find and most recently Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns.

2009 saw Deborah add another string to her ever-increasing bow as she joined up with the hugely popular Swedish House Mafia and Laidback Luke to enter the world of dance music with their massive single Leave The World Behind. This was an absolute success reaching the international mainstream charts as well as being nominated in more than one category at the International Dance Music Awards held at the Miami Winter Music Conference in 2010, exactly a year after they released it. They ended up winning Best House/Garage track and there wasn’t a club you could go to without hearing it. It still remains a firm favourite in the record bags of some of the biggest names in dance music.

With so much experience in so many fields, Deborah Cox appears to be unstoppable. As well as booking requests around the world for Live PA appearances, Deborah will be returning to Broadway in 2011 where she will portray the legendary Josephine Baker in Josephine.