Aisha Kahlil has been a member of the African American a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock since 1981. Her performances of “See See Rider” and “Fulani Chant” earned her the title of “Best Soloist” in 1994 from the Contemporary A Cappella Society of America (CASA). “Fulani Chant” was also included on the soundtracks of Down in the Delta (1998) and a film produced by the Breast Cancer Fund titled Climb Against the Odds (1999).
Alyson Cambridge is an American operatic soprano. A native of Washington D.C., she attended school in Cambridge and Oberlin and studied at the Curtis Institute of Music. In 2003 she won the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, which gained her entrance into the Metropolitan Opera's Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. In 2004 she made her Met debut as Frasquita in Georges Bizet's Carmen. She has since appeared in several roles with that company, including Giannetta in L'elisir d'amore, a Flower Maiden in Parsifal, Karolka in Jenufa, Crobyle in Thaïs, and Bianca in La Rondine.
Aubrey Ayala, simply known as Aubrey, is a vocal artist from Philadelphia. She has two entries on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart. In 2001 she hit number one with "Stand Still". Her second hit came in 2003, when "Willing & Able" climbed to number 24.
Barbara Randolph (5 May 1942 – 15 July 2002), also known as Barbara Ann Sanders, was an African American singer and actress who recorded for Motown Records in the 1960s.
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