At a young age, Nayobe started out singing in talent shows and even won the Apollo Theater's "Amateur Night" concert. At the age of 11, she auditioned for "Annie" where her voice was used behind the stage and she was also an understudy. She was later in an off-Broadway production of "The Wiz."
After winning a Fever Records talent contest, Nayobe got a contract with the record label. She was also a background singer for artists such as the Fat Boys and Kurtis Blow.
After the release of her second album, Nayobe took some time off and later gave birth to her daughter. She later got a record deal with Sony Records and it was originally supposed to be a two-album deal, but due to management changes, those plans fell through.
In 2005, she signed to JR5 Productions and worked in the studio with DJ Mike Cruz and Andy Lamboy on a house music single entitled "You're My Angel."
These days, Nayobe continues to perform live at freestyle music concerts, most recently at the 2012 Forever Freestyle concert.
To see a fan-made video for "Please Don't Go," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Good Things Come to Those Who Wait," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Second Chance for Love," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "It's Too Late," go to:
To see the music video for "I Love the Way You Love Me," go to:
[updated on 09\09\12]