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Deniece Williams, born June Deniece Chandler, is an American singer/songwriter/producer from Gary, IN. Williams has been described as “one of the great voices” by the BBC. Williams has won four Grammy Awards with twelve nominations altogether. Williams began her career singing gospel as a child. As Deniece Chandler, she recorded for The Toddlin Tow group of labels. One of those early records, “I’m Walking Away”, was released on Toddlin’s subsidiary label Lock Records in the late 1960s. A brief spell with Patti Hamilton’s the Lovelites resulted in her lead on the single “I’m Not Like The Others”, a track that was released in 1999. She later became a backup singer for Stevie Wonder as a member of Wonderlove, lending her vocals to the albums “Talking Book”, “Fulfillingness, First Finale,” and “Songs In The Key Of Life.” Williams also appeared on singer Syreeta Wright’s 1974 album “Stevie Wonder Presents: Syreeta”, Minnie Riperton’s 1974 album “Perfect Angel” and Roberta Flack’s 1975 album “Feel Like Making Love.” She left Wonderlove in 1975 to sign a deal with Columbia Records and Kalimba Productions. Kalimba Productions was a production company started by Maurice White and Charles Stephney. In 1976, Williams released her debut album, “This Is Niecy”, which peaked at No 3 and 33 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums and Billboard 200 charts. The album featured the single “Free”, which rose to nos. 1, 2, and 25 on the UK Singles, Billboard Hot R&B Songs and Hot 100 charts respectively. Another song, “That’s What Friends Are For”, peaked at No. 8 on the UK Singles chart. Williams’ sophomore effort, “Songbird”, was released in 1977. The album rose to No. 23 on Billboard’s Top Soul Albums chart. The single “Baby, Baby My Loves All For You” reached No 13 on the Billboard Hot Soul Songs chart and No. 32 on the UK Singles chart. Williams has also charted with such hits as “Silly”, “It’s Gonna Take A Miracle”, “Black Butterfly” and “Let’s Here It For The Boy” among others. Williams currently focuses on primarily gospel. “When You Love Somebody” marks her return to secular music. She has released the albums “This Is Niecy” (1976), “Songbird” (1977), “That’s What Friends Are For” (1978), “When Love Comes Calling” (1979), “My Melody” (1981), “Niecy” (1982), “I’m So Proud” (1983), “Let’s Here It For The Boy” (1984), “So Glad I Know” (1986), “Hot On The Trail” (1986), “Water Under The Bridge” (1987), “As Good As It Gets” (1988), “Special Love” (1989), “Lullabies To Dreamland” (1991), “Love Solves It All” (1996), “This Is My Song” (1998) and “Love, Niecy Style” (2007).