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LONETTE McKEE

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LONETTE McKEE
 


Lonette McKee

Lonette McKee


Born: 22 / 7 / 1954 , Detroit , Usa –

BIOGRAPHY:

McKee’s career began in the music business in Detroit as a child prodigy, where she started writing music/lyrics, singing, playing keyboards and performing at the age of seven.

At fourteen, she recorded her first record, which became an instant regional pop/R&B hit. McKee wrote the title song for the film Quadroon when she was fifteen. Several years later, McKee was launched to stardom with her critically acclaimed performance in the hit 1976 musical drama film Sparkle.

She has written and produced three solo LPs. Natural Love was produced for Spike Lee’s Columbia “40 Acres and A Mule” label in 1992.

Ed Hogan, reviewing for AllMusic, wrote: ” ‘Natural Love’ shows that the singer/songwriter’s muse knows no stylistic bounds.

As with her earlier effort, McKee co-writes all of the songs while sharing production credits with Bryant McNeil, Gene Lake Jr., and labelmate Raymond Jones of State of Art.






INTERVIEW:

MORE MOVIE WITH: Lonette McKee



LUV
(2012)
Play:



ATL
(2006)
Play: Priscilla Garnett



Honey
(2003)
Play: Mrs. Daniels



Men of Honor
(2000)
Play: Ella Brashear



He Got Game
(1998)
Play: Martha Shuttlesworth



Malcolm X
(1992)
Play: Louise Little



Jungle Fever
(1991)
Play: Drew



Brewster’s Millions
(1985)
Play: Angela Drake



Sparkle
(1976)
Play: Soeur




SERIES TV WITH: Lonette McKee


The Game
The Game
(2006)
Play: Mere de Jason


Amen
Amen
(1986)
Play: Tanya


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