Regina Belle

Knowledge Identifier: +Regina_Belle


Regina Belle

Singer-songwriter who first surfaced in the late 1980s add

Category: Music

Born in 1963.

Country: United States (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: John Battle (basketball), Billboard Hot 100

Linked to: Columbia Records, Dwight Morrow High School, Manhattan School of Music, Rutgers University




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Regina Belle was born in 1963 add something


"'Regina Belle"' is a singer-songwriter who first surfaced in the late 1980s add something


In 1987, she released her debut album "All By Myself add something


" It includes her first hits "So Many Tears" and "Show Me the Way." Her follow-up album, "Stay with Me", released in 1989 add something


John Battle (basketball) - In 1991, Battle married singer Regina Belle


Continuing her tradition of duets, Belle teamed up with Peabo Bryson for the songs "I Can't Imagine", "Without You" and "A Whole New World", which was the featured pop single from the soundtrack to the 1992 Disney movie "Aladdin" add something


Later in 1993, Belle released her Platinum selling third album, "Passion" add something


The song hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and won the Grammy award in 1993 for "Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal as well as a "Best Song" Oscar in the same year add something


Belle released "Reachin' Back" in 1995 followed by "Believe in Me" in 1998 add something


In 2004, she released a jazz standard album, "Lazy Afternoon", produced by George Duke add something


In 2007, she collaborated with smooth jazz saxophonist Paul Taylor, co-writing and singing on his album "Ladies Choice" add something


Accessed July 9, 2007 After graduation, she studied opera at the Manhattan School of Music add something


Belle released her debut gospel album "Love Forever Shines" on May 13, 2008 via Pendulum Records add something


Belle revealed in a 2016 interview that she suffered five miscarriages add something