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Wow! What a mixed bag of delights!. She's not only a lovely voice but nice words and in more than one language too!

- julian Dyer heart of

''Angelique Kicking it off with a flashback to the `70s funk basslines, Angelique presents her album to a variety of peoples as she sings in Spanish, English, and French. She does all this overtop a funky and jazzy feel with a tinge of soul. With songs that vary themes, Angelique unlike a lot of artists in her scene doesn`t pigeonhole herself. The bossa nova flavor in "Bossa Nova Hotel" is just simply stunning and shows just how hip Angelique is indeed''.
- J-Sin Smother Magazine

''Well-Rounded Radio Pick for the Fall 2003 episode of Well-Rounded Radio''!
- Charlie McEnerney, Producer, Well Rounded

This has only just come to my attention and it is apparently only now that it is getting the push it deserves. The young Angelique wrote much of this contemporary set herself, which is lifted out of the standard mould of today by imaginative musical backgrounds and well-defined songs that go way beyond the meaderings tha many current albums are content to rest on. I recommend this set to lovers of todays brand of soul. - David Cole, In The Basement, May-July 2005 issue

''The self titled CD "Angelique" French word meaning "like an angel" Is just that, magical! The music is crisp, precise and enjoyable, Her voice carries you from tune to tune effortlessly almost dreamily. Most cut are an amazing blend of jazz funk. Flawlessly performed, easy on the ears and soul. The lyrics are sensitive and well written. All in all a truly enjoyable auditory experience but don't take my word for it. Hear it for yourself... I give it 41/2 mic out of 5!''
- Claude Gagné, K.L.O.D. Ezine

"Swinging from neo-soul through a diverse net of global influences, this project shows another layer of heart and class every time you spin it. She's clearly centered in classic r'n'b, and her songwriting shows humor and muscle even with Brazilian and techno dabblings. But she doesn't stop there. Her brainy cover of Lennon/McCartney's "All I Gotta Do" is riveting, and message songs like "Hollywood" and "The Box" compliments the romantic stories with some philosophic salt. I've seen Angelique deliver these songs live. She is not only a consummate performer, but one who has transformed her survival tales into resilient epiphanies. Kelly Rowland and the like will probably go on unemployment leave when Angelique gets on their stage".
- Johnny J Blair, singer-songwriter/producer,

''She struts, she wails, she bends, she falls down on her knees she activates the crowd, she even talks to you personally, all while driving the pulsating music into your blood''.
- John Bitzer, Music Connection Magazine


Angelique - 12 tracks released and played worldwide on college, npr and commercial radio

It Could Have Been Love
All I Gotta Do
The Box
Bossa Nova Hotel
Take A Look In The Mirror
No Show

Around the World in a Groove release date May 15, 2006
1. When You Gave Your Word (featuring rapper TJ)
2. Cornbread, Beans & Rice
3. What is Hip?
4. Loved & Left Again
5. What Would You Do
6. Bird of Beauty
7. Sherockafella
8. You Said
9. I'll Remember
10. Fais Soleil
11. True Colors
12. Here to Stay


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As an independent artist Angélique has achieved amazing success with her “Neo soul with a touch of funk” music being embraced word of mouth by over 10,000 fans and hundreds of radio stations. For videos and more please check website

Angélique’s musical influences are varied; Bob Marley and Elton John discovered from her next door neighbors’ garage sale finds as well as her mother’s vintage R&B soul and jazz, sister Denise’s Santana and Stevie Wonder, daddy’s country and later Edith Piaf, Josephine Baker and Julio Iglesias from her language studies.