Amanda Perez is an American R & B singer who rose to fame in the early 2000s. She was born on May 24, 1980, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and began singing at a young age. Perez gained attention with her debut album, “Where You At?”, which was released in 2001. The album featured the hit single “Angel,” which reached the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Perez’s soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics resonated with listeners, and she quickly gained a dedicated fanbase. She released several more albums, including “I Pray” in 2002 and “The Hand of Fate” in 2007. Her music often blended elements of R & B, hip-hop, and pop, and she was praised for her vocal range and emotive performances.

Throughout her career, Perez collaborated with various artists, including rapper Lil Wayne on the song “I Like It” and Baby Bash on the track “Super Saucy.” She also appeared on the reality TV show “Making the Band 3” in 2005, where she competed for a spot in the girl group Danity Kane.

Although Perez’s popularity waned in the late 2000s, she continued to release new music independently. In recent years, she has focused on her personal life and raising her family. Despite taking a step back from the spotlight, Amanda Perez remains a respected figure in the R & B music scene.

Backing Tracks – Angel … I Pray

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