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Deborah Cox: About Us
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Deborah Cox

As a Grammy-nominated recording artist, Deborah Cox has released six critically-acclaimed career albums including her debut album, Deborah Cox (1995), One Wish (1998), The Morning After (2002), Remixed (2003), Destination Moon (2007), and The Promise (2008). An established songstress, Cox has scaled the R&B and pop charts with six top 20 Billboard magazine R&B singles and an impressive thirteen No. 1 hits on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play Chart.

In addition to creating musical hits across the R&B, Pop, Jazz, and Dance genres, Cox has established herself as a multi-talented artist carving out her place within the worlds of Broadway, television, film, and fashion.

The quadruple-threat artist returns to her musical roots with the release of her new single “Easy Way.” An anthem for those who have lived the ups and downs of a relationship but understand how those same challenges reinforce the reality that with any true, worthwhile, and long-lasting love, there is never an easy way. Written by hit-maker Rico Love and produced by Rico and D’Town, “Easy Way” is catching fire among fans on both digital and streaming sites.

Cox’s early career began while singing with Celine Dion. Cox was discovered by the renowned music executive Clive Davis and was instantly signed to Arista Records. Known for her global hit “Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here” from her double-platinum sophomore album, One Wish, the mega-hit single held the record for being the longest-running No.1 R&B single, at 14 consecutive weeks, and earned her the Billboard Music Award nomination for R&B Single of the Year. Simultaneously, “Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here” peaked at No. 2 for eight consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Her second single from the album, “We Can’t Be Friends,” also went to No. 1 on Billboard’s singles chart.

As an actress, Cox was last seen as Rachel Marron in the sold-out national tour, THE BODYGUARD: THE MUSICAL. She has continued her work on screen and stage in several key roles, including the voice of Whitney Houston in Lifetime’s biopic Whitney, directed by Angela Bassett. Cox received rave reviews in media outlets, including the New York Times, The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Newsday, the Boston Globe, ESSENCE, and numerous others.

In addition to the multiple achievements in music and acting, the Canadian-born star has been recognized for her longstanding commitment to various social issues in the LGBTQ community. During June 2019 Pride Month, Cox was presented with a Proclamation by the Borough President of the Bronx for her recognition of and dedication to the LGBTQ community. That same month, she also received the Liberty Bell and Proclamation from Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney when he proclaimed June 12, 2019, as LGBTQ Philadelphia Pride Parade and Festival Day. In April 2019, Cox received the NGLCC-NBIC Icon Award and the Luminary Award from the University of The West Indies. In January 2015, she received the Out Music Pillar Award; that same year, The Harvey Milk Foundation recognized her at the Diversity Honors ceremony for her efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the LGBTQ community. In 2014, she received the California State Senate Award, and in 2007, she received The Civil Rights Award from the New York Senate for her efforts in the fight for Human Rights and Equality.

Deborah is currently working on her seventh album, scheduled for release in 2020.

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