Angela Bofill is a renowned American singer-songwriter who made significant contributions to the world of R&B and jazz music. Born on May 2, 1954, in the Bronx, New York, Angela displayed her passion for music from a young age. She began singing in her church choir, nurturing her soulful voice, and developing her innate musical talent. In the late 1970s, Angela signed with GRP/Arista Records and released her debut album, "Angie" in 1978. The album showcased her impressive vocal range and unique blend of R&B, jazz, and Latin influences. The single "This Time I'll Be Sweeter" from her sophomore album, "Angel of the Night" (1979), became a chart-topping hit, solidifying her position as a rising star in the music industry. Throughout the 1980s, Angela continued to release successful albums, including "Something About You" (1981) and "Too Tough" (1983). Her music resonated with audiences worldwide, earning her a dedicated fan base. She made a comeback with the release of her album "Intuition" in 1988. Angela's music continued to captivate audiences even after her health struggles. She released several albums in the following years, including "Love in Slow Motion" (1996) and "I Try: The Anthology 1978-1993" (2007), which showcased her versatility and enduring talent. Angela Bofill's contributions to the music industry are undeniable. Her rich, velvety voice, combined with her ability to infuse various genres, cemented her as an influential figure in R&B and jazz music. Angela's passion for music never wavered, and she remains an inspiration to aspiring artists and fans alike. Her legacy continues to live on, reminding us of the timeless power of her music.