Singer, songwriter, and producer Nadine Renee was born in New York and raised in Miami. Influenced by female stars from the '70s and '80s, Renee decided to start her music career in the pop scene, recording her first single "Where Are You Now" in 1989. While she was a high school student, Nadine Renee made good use of her free time studying sound engineering, releasing her first independent album, called Say You'll Stay, at the age of 16. In 1995, her second album was called Let's Make Love, soon getting the hit single "Set U Free." Enriched as an artist by her ancestors who came from different cultures, Nadine Renee experimented in different areas such as painting and sculpting in order to express her own reflections. After MCA signed her up, Next to Me was released in 1999, followed by 2000's Oasis of Love and Turn out the Lights.
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