Life and career
Johnson was born in Rome to an American father, the musician Wesley Johnson, and an Italian mother. Her singing debut was in 1994, for the Italian TV show "Non è la RAI". Johnson was the featured vocalist on the 2000 hit single, "Movin' Too Fast", with The Artful Dodger. Later that year she appeared in the UK Singles Chart for the second time with "My Forbidden Lover", featuring Luci Martin and Norma Jean. On 24 October 2011 broadcast of the BBC panel show Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Johnson appeared in the Identity Parade round. Since January 2013, Romina has been singing with the 70s and 80s disco outfit Odyssey.
- Superbad 2001
- 1994 - "Non è la Rai novanta5" (track "Il vento")
- 1995 - "Non è la Rai gran finale" (track "Tele telefonarti")
- 2000 - "Movin' Too Fast"
- 2001 - "My Forbidden Lover"
- 2003 - "Round & Round" on Full Flava's album Colour of My Soul
- 2005 - "What Can I Do"
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