Lisa Lisa

Lisa Lisa, born Lisa Velez on January 15, 1967, is an American singer and actress known for her contributions to freestyle, dance-pop, and R&B music. She rose to prominence in the 1980s as the lead singer of the group Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam.
Lisa Lisa formed the group Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam with musicians Alex “Spanador” Moseley and Mike Hughes in the early 1980s. The group’s music blended elements of freestyle, dance-pop, and R&B, creating a unique sound that appealed to a diverse audience.Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam achieved commercial success with several hit singles, including “I Wonder If I Take You Home,” “All Cried Out,” “Head to Toe,” and “Lost in Emotion.” These songs topped the charts and became iconic anthems of the 1980s music scene. The group released several albums, including “Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force” (1985), “Spanish Fly” (1987), and “Straight Outta Hell’s Kitchen” (1991). Their albums showcased Lisa Lisa’s powerful vocals and the group’s ability to create infectious dance tracks.After parting ways with Cult Jam in the early 1990s, Lisa Lisa pursued a solo career. She released solo albums such as “LL77” (1994) and “Life ‘n Love” (2009). While her solo career did not achieve the same level of commercial success as her work with Cult Jam, Lisa Lisa continued to showcase her talent as a vocalist and performer.Lisa Lisa’s contributions to freestyle and R&B music have left a lasting impact on the music industry. Her distinctive voice, energetic performances, and memorable songs continue to be celebrated by fans of 1980s pop music. Overall, Lisa Lisa remains a respected figure in the music world, admired for her contributions to dance-pop, freestyle, and R&B music, as well as her enduring influence on popular culture.

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