Fundisha

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Fundisha Johnson is an American R&B singer. She sang with Lil' Bow Wow and Jermaine Dupri on 2002's "Basketball" and on "Thank You" before issuing solo albums and singles.[1][2][3][4]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2002: Lessons (Cancelled)
  • 2015: Daughter Of A Preacher Woman
  • 2017: TBD

Singles[edit]

  • 1999: No More Tears
  • 2002: Live The Life
  • 2015: Happy

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jet Vol. 101, No. 18 - 22 Apr 2002 - Page 59 "Fundisha ... The first song, Live The Life, which features Jermaine Dupri, is quickly climbing the charts and introducing her to new audiences. But many people might remember her singing the hook on Bow Wow's popular song Thank You"
  2. ^ S2S Magazine Jamie Foster Brown - 1999 - Volume 11, Issues 7-12 - Page 57 "Fundisha means "to teach" in Swahili and that's just what Epic's new artist, Fundisha, plans to do with her first album, No More Tears. She started singing in the church when she was only five years old. But as she grew older, she knew that she ..."
  3. ^ Upscale: The Successful Black Magazine 2000- Page 84 "Not Fundisha. She is being heralded as a bold, young, single mother and role model for "around the way girls" everywhere. "Being a mother helps me realize that I am a role model. I want to be positive," says the singer. She has incorporated ..."
  4. ^ Vibe - Volume 10, Issues 1-6 - Page 80 2002 -"FUNDISHA Ministry of Sound She sings cautionary tales, but if you didn't listen closely to her sleek R&B. you'd never ... to The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill and Lil' Bow Wow's 'Thank Yo She's also the first solo female singer/songwriter on So ...