Yummy Bingham

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Yummy Bingham
Yummy Bingham @ The BMI Awards.jpg
Yummy Bingham at The BMI Awards
Background information
Birth name Elizabeth T. Wyce Bingham
Born (1986-01-07) January 7, 1986 (age 29)
Origin South Jamaica, Queens, New York, USA
Genres Contemporary R&B, hip hop
Occupation(s) Singer, Songwriter
Years active 2001–present
Labels Arista, Cash Money, Motown
Associated acts Tha' Rayne
Website yummybingham.co.uk

Yummy Bingham (born January 7, 1986) is an American R&B/hip hop singer, songwriter.


Bingham was born on January 7, 1986 to Dinky Bingham and Patricia Wyce. She was put into her grandparents care in South Jamaica, Queens, New York.[1]


In 2000, at age 14, Bingham was recruited by producer KayGee to form the group Tha' Rayne, signed to Arista[2]. The group recorded an album[3], appeared on a bunch of tracks[4] including Jaheim's Fabulous that hit #1 on the US Billboard Adult R&B chart for three weeks from February 1, 2003 to February 22, 2003[5]. The group released the single "Didn't You Know"[6], peaking at #76 in September 2003 on the US Billboard R&B chart [7]. But their debut album, "Reign Supreme"[2] never came out and the group disbanded[2].

While being a member of Tha' Rayne, Bingham was also getting a name for herself as the appointed vocalist of veteran hip-hop group De La Soul, being featured on various of their songs and singles, and accompanying them on tour between 2000 and 2004[8][9][10][11].

At age 18, Bingham became the youngest female CEO of a major-affiliated label [12] and the youngest female record executive.[2]. She was signed to Motown in the United States[13] and Island Records in the United Kingdom[14], put out the singles "Come Get It"[2] and "One More Chance"[15] and released her debut album "The First Seed" in the UK in October 2006[14].

She continued writing and recording for other artists and gave birth to her daughter Aviela, in September 2007[2]. She then started working on her new album. Her song "Circles" was featured in the movie "King of Paper Chasin"[16] in 2010. She also announced acting projects[2]. In June 2013, Bingham released a single off of her mixtape titled "Cuffin" Her mixtape "No Artificial Flavorz" was released on January 7, 2014 with Nyce Hitz/The Hitz Team.[17][18]



Year Album Chart positions
2006 The First Seed
2014 No Artificial Flavorz


Year Single Chart positions
2013 "Cuffin"

Album: No Artificial Flavorz (The Mixtape)

  • 12" Single (US) :
  • Digital Download (US) : June 2013
  • Radio Impact (US) : June 2013
2006 "One More Chance"

Album: The First Seed

  • Radio Impact (US) : April 24, 2006
  • Digital Download (US) : May 2, 2006
  • 12" Single (US) : May 23, 2006
2006 "Is It Good To You"

Album: The First Seed

  • 12" Single (US) : December 20, 2005
  • Digital Download (US) : January 3, 2006
  • Radio Impact (US) : March 7, 2006
2005 US
2006 UK
"Come Get It" (featuring Jadakiss)

Album: The First Seed

  • Digital Download (US): May 10, 2005
  • Radio Impact (US): August 2, 2005
  • Digital Download (UK) : June 12, 2006
  • 12" Single (UK) : October 2, 2006
  • CD Single (UK) : October 2, 2006

Singles as featured artist[edit]

Year Single Chart positions
2011 "All My Love" Tiron & Ayomari featuring Yummy Bingham

Album: Sucker For Pumps (by Tiron & Ayomari)

2003 "Much More" De La Soul featuring Devin The Dude and Yummy

Album: The Grind Date(by De La Soul)

  • 12" Single (UK) : August 4, 2003
2001 US
2002 UK
"Baby Phat" De La Soul featuring Yummy

Album: AOI Bionix (from De La Soul)

  • Radio Impact (US) : November 2001
  • 12" Single (US) : November 6, 2001
  • CD Single (UK) : February 18, 2002

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Year Song Artists Movie
2010 "Circles" Yummy Bingham King of Paper Chasin
2010 "Major Grind" Cheese feat. Yummy Bingham King of Paper Chasin
2005 "I'm Caught Up" Yummy Bingham Beauty Shop
2001 "Turn It Out" De La Soul feat. Yummy Bingham Osmosis Jones

Other appearances[edit]

Year Song Artists Credits
2015 "Unnecessary Pain" Joe Budden, Felicia Temple Featured artist
2014 "Too Much" Zendaya Co-writer
"In a Perfect World" Ginette Claudette Co-writer, Background vocalist
2013 "Live To Love You (Remix)" J Hoard Featured artist
"Get Right" EvitaN, Casual Featured artist
2012 "Wonder Love" Wonder Girls Co-writer
"You Are My Reason" Miho Fukuhara, AI Co-writer
"Just Anybody" Big Brother Biz Featured vocalist
"Get Out" Nilo G Featured vocalist
"Deja" Nilo G Featured vocalist
"So Bad" Cam'ron, Nicki Minaj Featured vocalist
2011 "All My Love" TiRon & Ayomari Featured vocalist
"M.F.G." TiRon & Ayomari Background vocalist
"F*** You" Slim da Mobster Featured vocalist
"The One" Gene Noble Featured vocalist
"Melody" Gene Noble Featured vocalist
"Scream" Jaila Simms Featured vocalist
"I'm Done" B.Slade Featured vocalist
"Don't Wanna Be" A-Plus Featured vocalist
"Thought You Had Me" Monica Co-writer, Background vocalist
"When I Look At You" Q.U.E. Featured vocalist
"More Than I Can Say" Nas, Keyshia Cole Co-writer
"Always Love Thy Family" Busta Rhymes Featured vocalist
2010 "Go Harder" Yes Lord Featured vocalist
"Foot On The Pedal" T.F. Mafia & MontBangers Featured vocalist
"The Parking Lot" Tonex Background vocalist
"Everything Alright Everything OK" Chipz Da General Featured vocalist
2009 "Loving Out The Box" Judacamp Featured vocalist
"DreamMaker" Paula Campbell Co-writer
2008 "Ego Trippin" Mýa Co-writer
"High Off You" Billy Guy Featured vocalist
2007 "Feels Good" The Game Featured vocalist
"Gangsta Paradise" Ja Rule Featured vocalist
"We Got The Street" Flipmode Squad Featured vocalist
"Trust" Sunshine Anderson Co-writer, Background vocalist
2006 "The Bomb" Ray Cash Featured vocalist
"Tell Me" P. Diddy, Christina Aguilera Co-writer, Background vocalist
"Be About Yours" Keshia Chanté Co-writer, Background vocalist
"Breathe" Shayla G Featured vocalist
"Wonder" Black Sheep Featured vocalist
"Hold Me Down" Merlino Featured vocalist
2005 "Out On Bail" (Supa Dave West Mix) Tupac Shakur Featured vocalist
"Pardon Me" Salt Featured vocalist
"Man Up" Amerie Co-writer
"Magic" Crystal Kay Co-writer, Background vocals
2004 "Appreciate" Spazzout Featured vocalist
"Much More" Lupe Fiasco Featured vocalist
"Welcome Back Chilly" Lupe Fiasco Featured vocalist
"Much More" De La Soul Featured vocalist
"No" De La Soul, Butta Verses Featured vocalist
"Black Girl Pain" Talib Kweli Background vocalist
"Back It Up" Shawn Kane Featured vocalist
"My Baby" Philly's Most Wanted, Ryan Toby Background vocalist
"Dolo" Tarralyn Ramsey Co-writer, Background vocalist
"Unpredictable" Patti LaBelle Background vocalist
"Mama Can You Hear Me" Billy Guy Background vocalist
2003 "Ghetto Love Song" Jaron, Tha' Rayne Featured vocalist
"Doin My Thang" Jae Millz, Juelz Santana Featured vocalist
2002 "Juicy" Next, Tha' Rayne Featured vocalist
"Fabulous" Jaheim, Tha' Rayne Featured vocalist
"Something Wikid" Midwikid Background vocalist
"She's a Queen" Queen Latifah, Tha' Rayne Featured vocalist
"Ain't A Thang Wrong" Boyz II Men, Rob Jackson Background vocalist
2001 "Baby Phat" De La Soul, Devin The Dude Featured vocalist
"Special" De La Soul Featured vocalist
"Finers Keepers" Jaheim, Lil' Mo Background vocalist
"Remarkable" Jaheim, Terry Dexter Background vocalist


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