Her first solo recording, Worker Man, peaked at #53 later that year and hit #1 on the US Dance chart. Her second single, "Romantic Call" (#55 US, #21 US Dance), was a collaboration with rapper Yo-Yo. Her debut album, "Queen of The Pack" (#1 on the Reggae albums chart) also featured the huge hit single, "Think (About It)" (#21 US Rap, #89 US Hip Hop). Her sophomore album, "Scent Of Attraction," sold slightly less but - hitting #2 on the Reggae albums chart - was still a success. The biggest hit was a cover of Grace Jones's "Pull Up To The Bumper" (#60 US) and the sensual title track, featuring R&B musician Aaron Hall. (#82 US) She took a lengthy haitus from the music industry in 1996 but resurfaced nearly ten years later with her third album, "The Great Escape."
See you in Jamaica.