Jully Black

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About Jully Black

Jully Black is a multifaceted singer and songwriter whose enduring career has been characterized by acclaim and resilience. A noteworthy figure in the evolution of Canadian R&B, she is firmly rooted in the genre's traditions but hasn't pandered to purists, as evidenced by the multitude of contemporary sounds, including references to her Jamaican heritage, throughout her body of work. Black broke through as a solo artist with the Top 20 Canadian single "Rally'n" (1998). She soon earned a gold certification and Juno award for Revival (2007), and closed the 2000s with the Top 40 single "Running" (2009). Among Black's recordings since then -- she's juggled singing with acting, television work, advocacy, and other pursuits -- are the Juno-nominated track "Set It Off" (2011), the mixtape Dropping W(8) (2012), and singles into the 2020s.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
November 8, 1977
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