St. Louis born, producer, songwriter, recording artist and extraordinary singer/entertainer, A’ngela Winbush has consistently shown her ability to break new ground for women musically, vocally and artistically. And more importantly, she is also a Stage III Ovarian Cancer Survivor and recipient of the 2007 Survivor Eagle Award that will let you know her motto is “I’m living out loud, walking tall and proud by God’s grace”. She’s one of only a few women that has had chart topping success and critical acclaim producing and writing music on multiple artists and herself. Classics #1 hits such as “I’ll Be Good”, “Your Smile”, You Don’t Have To Cry”, “I Love You More/Dough” (also in the Biggie Smalls album “Life After Death and the movie), just to name a few for her duo Rene & A’ngela; and further standout #1’s on her solo albums such as “Angel”,” Hello Beloved” duet w/Ron Isley, and “Lay Your Troubles Down”. She has written for and produced such artists as Stephanie Mills, “I’ve Learned to Respect the Power of Love”, “My First Love” on Avant & KeKi, Gold & Platinum on Janet Jackson “Young Love”, Sheena Easton, LaLah Hathaway “Baby Don’t Cry”, including 5 multi-platinum albums on the Isley Brothers and Ron Isley, on Keith Sweat, and the opening song for the Ice Cube movies “Fridays” and featured on Rod Stewart’s albums. A’ngela’s music has also been sampled by the likes of JayZ, Foxy Brown, P-Diddy, Lil’ Kim and excerpts of her music are found in Erika Badu to Anthony Hamilton to current Hip- Hop, R&B and Pop artists, too numerous to name. She also owns all her publishing.