Often favoring a hip-hop-influenced style of R&B, Enchanette is a Detroit-based vocalist who came to the attention of hit producer/songwriter Michael J. Powell in the 1990s. The singer, who was born Enchanette James in the Motor City on April 9, 1978, first met Powell in 1996. That year, Powell assembled a female vocal group called the City Girls and decided to hire Enchanette (who was 18 at the time) as a member. The City Girls, who were modeled after female urban contemporary groups like TLC and Brownstone, recorded a song titled "Let's Ride" for the D-Town label. But the City Girls didn't last very long, and when the group broke up, Powell encouraged Enchanette to pursue a solo career. The singer (who has a degree in English and communications from the University of Detroit Mercy) signed with Volt as a soloist artist in 1999 when ...
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Can You Feel Me? 2000 Can You Feel Me?
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