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|Birth name||Denise Ann Sinoda Belfon|
|Born||November 23, 1968|
|Associated acts||Destra Garcia, Allison Hinds|
As a young girl in school, she was a football (soccer) player and was offered a scholarship to Howard University to join the all-girls football team. However, an injury at the time prevented her from taking up the opportunity. She was singing since the age of 9, and was also a dancer and a model. When she was not in the performing, Belfon taught gymnastics at the Belmont Junior Secondary school and at the YMCA.
In 1990, Belfon was discovered by the bandleader of Roy Cape. She started singing professionally with the soca band Black Sheep, before moving on to Sound Revolution. Her first solo recording was the soca single “Ka Ka Lay Lay.” Belfon went on to record the singles "Hard Wuk", "De Jammette", "Saucy Baby", and "Indian Man".
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