Shemekia Copeland: Wicked

Shemekia Copeland sings from the heart with a rare passion and a fiery voice that’s prompted critics to call her a ‘diva-in-the-making.’ But behind the big voice is a down-to-earth young woman who pens songs about the way she worried about her brother while growing up in Harlem, and her dislike of egotistical people. ‘Wicked’, her second album, reveals a major new artist coming into her own with unusual style and grace.
Released: 9/12/2000
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The CD
Blues chanteuse Shemekia Copeland’s second CD shows how much she’s grown as a woman and a performer.
Up On 1-2-5
Copeland grew up in Harlem, two blocks from its most famous location, 125th Street.
Miss Hy Ciditty
Copeland wrote this song about people who think too highly of themselves.
Ruth Brown
When blues legend Ruth Brown joined Copeland on a song, Shemekia says she got stagefright in the studio.
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