Shola Ama

Shola Ama (born Mathurin Campbell, 18 March 1979) is an English R&B singer, who scored her biggest hit in 1997 with a cover of Turley Richards' "You Might Need Somebody". Early life and career Shola Ama was born in Paddington, London, England, of a white father (Scottish and Irish) and St Lucian mother.[1] She attended Quintin Kynaston School in the early 1990s. At 15 she was singing to herself on a platform at Hammersmith tube station, and was overheard by Kwame Kwaten, a producer at the FreakStreet record label. Read more on

soul  rnb  female vocalists  funk  british  

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Shola Ama - Canzoni Top

You Might Need Somebody - Shola Ama
Imagine - Asylum Remix - Shola Ama
You're the One I Love - Shola Ama
Imagine - Shola Ama
Still Believe - Shola Ama
Run to Me - Shola Ama
Step It - Shola Ama
Boyfriend (Toddla T Sound Remix) - Shola Ama
You Might Need Somebody - Acoustic Version - Shola Ama
Imagine - Asylum Mix - Shola Ama
Shola Ama - Albums Top