b angie b
First Album Released: 1991
Last Album Released: No other albums have been released by b angie b
Popular 90's Song: so much love
B Angie B known by many as The Queen Of Dance, was born Angela R. Boyd in the small rural town of Morton, Mississippi. She grew up singing and honing her vocals in a local church.
In 1991, Hammer signed B Angie B to his Capitol-distributed Bust It imprint. That year, Bust It/Capitol released her self-titled debut album, which released a few songs from B Angie B's album as singles, including "So Much Love" and remakes of two 1970s soul hits: Rufus & Chaka Khan's "Sweet Thing" and the Emotions' "I Don't Want To Lose Your Love". The latter single became a minor hit. In April 1991, the album debuted at #11 on the Billboard Hip-hop/R&B charts and #132 on the Pop charts, with album sales peaking at a mediocre 137,000 copies. The sales did not quite satisfy Capitol, and Boyd was dropped from the label a little over a year later.