Grammy Award Winning Chrisette Michele of Def Jam Records returns to Barbados

As a teenager in the late 1990s, Chrisette Michele led a gospel choir in her father’s church. Before long her voice became a muse for some of hip hop’s biggest stars, and she appeared on albums by The Game, Nas, Jay-Z and more.

By 2007 Michele had come into her own as a recording artist, releasing her star-making debut album I Am and several hit singles including “Be OK,” which earned her a Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance.

By 2007 Michele had come into her own as a recording artist, releasing her star-making debut album I Am and several hit singles including “Be OK,” which earned her a Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance.

She followed up with an appearance on The Roots album Rising Down and her chart-topping second CD, Epiphany, which confirmed her status as one of R&B’s most creative singer/songwriters.

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