Singer Deborah Cox is known for her some of her famous hits like It’s Over Now, I’m Your Naturel Women and Just Be Good To Me which has gained her more and more fans as they listen to her amazing voice. People love the music but barely know anything about the artist. TV One has featured Cox on their documentary series Unsung to go deep into her career and who she is.
“Well you know it was really birthed out of you know out of the fans and the people who really supported me over the years. They really wanted to have an inside look at my journey.”
At first she was skeptical in sharing personal parts of her life because she values her privacy but then something her fans did caught her attention and brought her around.
“One thing that I was really intrigued by was the comments of being underrated, ‘I should be this , I should be bigger,’ and all these sort of notions that for some reason I’m unhappy with being underrated and that kind of thing,” explained Cox.
Behind the Scenes at The Willie Moore Jr. Show [PHOTOS]
1. The Manns1 of 11
2. Willie Moore with Evelyn Lozada and her daughter2 of 11
3. Mary Mary and Willie3 of 11
4. No Malice and Willie4 of 11
5. Willie and Jennifer Williams5 of 11
6. William Mcdowell6 of 11
7. The Hairstons7 of 11
8. Dr. Ian Smith with Willie Moore Jr.8 of 11
9. The Walls Group stopped by!9 of 11
10. Willie Moore with the "Growing up Hip-Hop" cast10 of 11
11. Willie Moore with the Ron Carter Academy11 of 11
Deborah Cox Is Given The Opportunity To Share Her Story In ‘Unsung’ was originally published on blackamericaweb.com