Born In New York,
pianist / producer / songwriter Lesette Wilson began her career as a
fusion and jazz-rock performer. She was a featured keyboardist on Tom
'Love Approach' LP in 1980, notably on his big hit 'Funkin' For Jamaica.'
In 1986 Lesette
teamed up with vocalist Meli'sa
Morgan in 1986 as a writer and producer. She worked on the singles as
'Do You Still Love Me' and 'Fool's Paradise' and both albums, 'Do Me Baby'
and 'Good Love'. She also co-wrote and produced Genobia
Jeter's 'All Of My Love,' and then recorded another single for the
Some-1 label 'Look Into Tomorrow.'
recorded with Roy
Ayers on his 'Africa, Center Of The World' LP with Fela Anikulapo-Kuti
in 1981, and with Najee and Steven Dante.
In 1993, Lesette
released 'Unmasked' on Atlantic Records. 'Unmasked' featured, amongst
others, artistic input from Saundra Williams, Toni Smith (Lead vocalist on
'Funkin' For Jamaica'), Gerry
Devaux and Angie
Stone (during her time as part of the group Vertical Hold).
Her new album entitled 'Livin' In The Zone', has just been released and Lesette will be making special appearances all over the United States to promote her Album.