Jocelyn Brown

Jocelyn Lorette Brown ( born November 25, 1950 in Kinston, North Carolina) is an American R & B and dance singer of African descent. With the song Somebody Else's Guy she could place in the American Billboard Hot 100 in 1984.


Jocelyn Brown was already in the 1970s band member in Disco groups such as Bad Girls, Inner Life, Musique or the Salsoul Orchestra. Later, her collaboration followed with Incognito. She also sang as a backing vocalist for Luther Vandross, George Benson and John Lennon. DJ BoBo also lent some tracks for his album World in Motion ( 1996), for example, Do not Stop the Music, her voice. From the a cappella version of their song Love Is Gonna Get You by 1985, SNAP cut! the line I've Got the Power out and ended up with the song The Power their first number one hit. In 1992 she sang in the song Do not Talk Just Kiss by Right Said Fred who came to Germany and England in the Top 3 on the charts.

Brown had 20 hits in the Dance and House Charts. This includes the four number - one hits Love's Gonna Get You (1986 ), Keep on Jumpin ' (1996 ), Something's Goin' On (1997) and Fun ( 1998). In the early 1990s she began to house music projects to sing. During this time, the successful Title I'm a Woman, which she recorded together with Cassius in the year 2002.

Brown still works in various musical projects, including with Ultra Naté, Kim Mazelle, Motiv8 or Roy Ayers.





Musical, Film