Joi has the voice that started the neo soul movement with her Dallas Austin Produced debut hit"Sunshine and the Rain". Goodie Mob Dungeon Family Lucy Pearl. Now Joi steps out on her own with the release of "Tennessee Slim"...and its the BOMB!


Joi's first single, “Sunshine and the Rain,” off her Dallas Austin produced critically acclaimed, debut album was the first song to be tagged "neo-soul". Critics hailed her as the new voice of black womanhood.
She contined to break new ground with her sophomore effort, The Amoeba Cleansing Syndrome. Joi and creative partner Austin, brought in the assistance of legendary pioneers Fishbone to be her backing band. The albums first single, written for her father, coined the term "Ghetto Superstar".
As a member of Atlanta's infamous Dungeon Family, her voice graced the tracks of several Outkast, Goodie Mob, TLC songs and non-ATLien artists such as Robbie Williams, George Clinton, Curtis Mayfield, Queen Latifah, Too Short, and D.O.C.
Joi received a call from ex-TonyToniTone front-man, Raphael Saadiq, to become a member of the then Hip Hop/R&B super group, Lucy Pearl,. The group received nominations from both the Grammy's and the American Music Awards.
Now the Star Kitty is out on her own. Celebrating her independance with the release of Tennesse Slim, her first album on her new label Joialicious.


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