Not an informative or (overly) opinionated post, but a tip of the hat to the songstress who niced-up a number of Hiero tracks during their post-classic(?) period in the 90s.
The producers in Hiero used her well. She never belted like, say a, Blue Raspberry or Tekitha, but her voice always sounded sweet in the cut.
Souls of Mischief - Fa Sho, Fo Real
Del The Funky Homosapien - Love Is Worth (Demo)**
Extra Prolific - Having Fun (featuring Pep Love)
Casual - Later On**
Extra Prolific - Outro
**Sounds like her, but I'm not 100% sure.
The inclusion here of Love is Worth was a bit of a stretch on my part, but I am a little surprised about the Outro to 2 for 15. It does sound like her, and she was credited on the track according to Discogs. I'm also aware that the Internet is not always accurate, and in this case it might be better to take the word of one who had more involvement, if not directly so.
Shouts to Domino for the correction.
A-Plus notes she appeared on a couple of songs on 2 for 15, leading me to believe that it is indeed her on the Outro. I don't believe I overplayed her role in the collective, though some might say a post for a session vocalist might be a bit much. Sometimes I'm a bit much.
Shouts to A-Plus for the additional information.