Rozalla first enjoyed success on the Pulse 8 label as a solo vocalist for the Band of Gypsies. Her singles ‘Everybody’s Free (to feel good)’ and ‘Are You Ready to Fly’ were powerful and catchy anthems, and became huge pop and club hits in the early nineties, establishing her as the “Queen of Rave”. Her debut album ‘Everybody’s Free’ was released in 1992.. In the live arena Rozalla is just as special, and she even toured with Michael Jackson during his Dangerous Tour, opening each show. She also recorded the theme song to the film Carlito’s Way and had more chart success as a result, then tracks like ‘Baby’, ‘This Time I Found Love’ and ‘You Never Love The Same Way Twice’ kept her in the limelight ahead of a second album in 1995. One of dance music’s most consistent performers, it is the style and melodic flair of Rozalla’s music that sets her apart. More albums have followed throughout her career and covers of Paul Weller’s ‘Broken Stones’ and Pete Doherty’s ‘For Lovers’ proved her versatility. Still recording and performing around the world, Rozalla is a true dance music icon.