|Birth name||Carol Theresa East|
|Born||15 January 1959|
|Years active||1984 – present|
|Labels||RAS, Heartbeat, Black Cinderella|
Originally from the Denham Town district of West Kingston, when she was 14, her family emigrated to Brooklyn, New York. Her father Howard East was a Senior Engineer with Radio Jamaica and contributed to recording sessions as Studio One. She soon became involved in the Jamaican music scene herself. She earned a degree in education from the City College of New York in 1981, the same year she gave birth to her first child. Around that time she met Brigadier Jerry, a Jamaican DJ, who encouraged her to try DJ chatting in Jamaican dancehall style, rather than singing.
After winning competitions in New York and Jamaica, she toured with The Meditations. Her first album, Liberation for Africa, was released in 1983, as a limited edition on the Jamaican SG label. The 1984 album Black Cinderella established her. She formed her own record label, also called Black Cinderella.
Sister Carol also had many stage names for example; Black Cinderella (also the name of her record label) and Mother Culture.
Her daughter Nakeeba Amaniyea is also a deejay.
- Mother Culture (1981), RAS
- Black Cinderella (1984), Jah Life
- Jah Disciple (1989), RAS
- Call Mi Sister Carol (1994), Heartbeat
- Lyrically Potent (1996), Heartbeat
- Potent Dub (1997), Heartbeat
- Isis - The Original Rasta Womb-man (1999), Tuff Gong
- Direct Hit! (2001), Catapult
- Empressive (2003), M10
- 1Derful Words (2006), Black Cinderella
- Togetherness (2012) - Sister Carol & Friends
- The Excyclopedia of Reggae Musicians Part I : Dee-Jays
- Campbell-Livingston, Cecelia (2012) "Black Cinderella", Jamaica Observer, 17 October 2012, retrieved 17 October 2012
- Sister Carol 'Liberation for Africa' at the Roots Archives
- SG music label at Roots Archives
- Black Cinderella at the Roots Archives