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Old 30th June 2006, 06:40 PM
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Default Question about Keisha White

My daughter met her backstage at party in the park (cannon hill) last year. When i told her she was supporting the UB's at cannock she told me that Keisha sang the theme tune to Tracey Beaker, can anyone confirm this?
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Old 30th June 2006, 06:43 PM
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no idea? maybe watch the prog n see...? my girls watch it so I will look out for it too...
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Old 30th June 2006, 08:13 PM
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i asked 1 of my daughters, shes not sure, either, i wouldnt of thort so
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Old 30th June 2006, 08:49 PM
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Old 30th June 2006, 08:52 PM
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Yes she did sing that tune

Those in the industry, particularly, 'Warner', who have signed, 'The great White hope', as she has been dubbed, have commended her vocal talents. Blues & Soul wrote, 'That Keisha vibe - 'A voice that oozes quality from the first verse.' DJ Magazine wrote - 'Advance warning: we canít hold it down any further - you had better go discover this sure player...(5 stars). Although she's had a high profile in the underground for a number of years it has taken up until now for Keisha's talents to be embraced by the mainstream. The budding star claims to have been aware of her ability for a long time; "I think I was always capable of singing, but I didn't really take it seriously until I was about thirteen or fourteen. It was around then, that I tried to develop on it [music] and find my Keisha sort of vibe." It wasn't long before progress was achieved. "From about 15 it started to kick off for me. I got the guest vocal to sing for the children's programme 'Tracey Beaker' and that was my first bit of publicity. Then when I was 16, I got two guest vocals to sing on 'Desert Eagle Disc', and I did the video for that, and it blew up in the underground, not really well mainstream. Then I featured on the Paul Oakenfold single 'The Harder They Come', but I didn't get to meet him. It was one of those ones where Nelly Furtado was originally meant to sing on it but she couldn't, so they got me on it. I went and did the video and it was a good experience."
She also has her own website and forum:-

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