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Kelly Price

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Artist's top tracks

Friend of Mine Kelly Price, Ronald Isley, R-Kelly 06:17
Love Sets You Free Kelly Price 04:09
Love Sets You Free Kelly Price, Aaron Hall 04:06
You Should've Told Me Kelly Price 03:14
You Complete Me Kelly Price, Daron Jones, Quinness Parker 04:23
Secret Love Kelly Price 04:20
What I Need (Give Me What I Need) Kelly Price 05:15
As We Lay Kelly Price 06:20
Love Sets You Free Kelly Price 03:42
Her Kelly Price 04:49

Most popular release

Mirror Mirror (Interlude)
Good Love
You Should've Told Me
At Least (The Little Things)

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Biography

A professional
singer who can handle R&B and gospel with equal aplomb, Kelly Price was
born April 4, 1973 in New York. Before she was twenty she established herself
as a first-rate back-up vocalist and contributed to such successful tracks as The
Notorious B.I.G.’s “Mo Money, Mo Problems” and Mariah Carey’s
chat-topper “Fantasy”. Price called in many of the heavy-hitters she once
worked with to contribute to her debut album, 1998’s Soul of a Woman, on
which she had a hand in writing over half of the songs, including “Friend of
Mine”
which was remixed into a number 1 R&B single. 2000’s Mirror
Mirror
went top 5 on both the Hot 200 and the R&B album chart, and the
single “As We Lay” garnered her a Grammy nomination for Best R&B
Female Vocal Performance. Her 2003 album Priceless boasted appearances
by Eric Clapton and Faith Evans, and returned Price to the top 10 on the
R&B and regular album charts. Price showed off her gospel chops with the
live album This Is Who I Am, which topped the Gospal album chart in
2006. She acted in and contributed to the soundtrack of the Tyler Perry movie Why
Did I Get Married?
She went secular on 2011’s Kelly, and the result was
her fifth top 10 R&B album. 2014’s Sing, Pray, Love, Vol. 1: Sing
was the first of a planned trilogy. Showing her mastery over yet another
musical genre, she sang on Kanye West’s “Ultralight Beam” which was
nominated for Best Rap/Sung Performance at the 2017 Grammys.