Trisha Covington

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Trisha Covington (born in Cleveland, Ohio)is an African-American R&B singer who scored a top 40 R&B hit in 1994 in the U.S. "Why You Wanna Play Me Out?" Covington was signed to Columbia Records from 1994-1998. Her follow-up single, "Slow Down," was released in 1995, and reached No. 79 in the US.[1] That year also saw the release of her debut album, Call Me.

In 2008, she appeared on Randy Jackson's compilation album Randy Jackson's Music Club, Volume One, on the song "What Am I So Afraid Of" with Keke Wyatt and Kiley Dean.

As of 2011, she is currently working on a new album with two recently released songs, "Good Together" and "Broken Record." She has recently gone on tour to Africa with Jermaine Jackson and is appearing in various shows.

Singles[edit]

Year Title Album US
1994 "Why You Wanna Play Me Out?" Call Me 26
1994 "Slow Down" Call Me 79

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hot R&B Singles. Billboard. 10 June 1995. p. 22. Retrieved 19 May 2010. 

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