Whether as a backing vocalist with the Spice Girls, Boy George, Sean Ryder or Razorlight, featured vocalist on TV productions & feature films, lead vocalist fronting her own band or as the voice/wordsmith on a rapidly growing collection of successful dance projects, Anita Kelsey never ceases to surprise with her versatility & amaze with her inspired performances. Anita burst onto the dance scene with style in 1997 winning the UK's coveted MOBO award for her first album with Sunship, an album on which her vocals were described by 'The Face' magazine as 'soulful and rich'. The second album yielded the massive club hit 'Try Me Out' (another Kelsey vocal & co-write) which was an Agia Napa anthem of 2001 and marked Sunship out as one of the UK's seminal garage acts culminating in their mix of 'You Bring Me Flowers' reaching number 1 in the UK national charts. She collaborated on three of Dorado label-mate Matt Cooper's Outside albums at around the same time, which were much more leftfield albums and offer a much more intimate, deep and ethereal side of her writing and vocal work. Further commercial success came a year later for Anita's collaboration on D*Note's Shed My Skin (Pete Tong's record of the week) which steamed into the top ten in both the UK & US dance charts and topped the Belgian dance charts at number 1. The track entered the Belgian national charts, staying for 22 weeks, peaking at number 4 and has so far been featured on more than 40 compilations worldwide. Othe...
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