Caron Wheeler

Caron Wheeler was born on January 19, 1963 in London, England. She first came to fame with the group Soul II Soul, where she wrote and sang lead vocals on several tracks. Most notably, Wheeler sang lead on their biggest hits 'Keep On Movin' and 'Back To Life.'

Wheeler starter her solo career in 1990 with the album UK Blak. The album featured a strong hit with 'Living In The Light' which reached #3 on the R&B charts in the United States and #14 on the charts in the UK. The title track reached #44 on the US R&B charts and 'Blue is the Color of Pain' reached #37 on the US R&B charts.

In 1993, she released the album Beach of the War Goddess, which was driven on the success of its first single, 'I Adore You.' The track was on the soundtrack to the movie Mo' Money and reached #12 on the R&B charts.

Since then, Wheeler was featured with Soul II Soul on the soundtrack to the movie How Stella Got Her Groove Back in 1998, and on Richard X's 2003 album, Richard X Presents His X-Factor Vol. 1.

Wheeler was also one of the founding members of the group Brown Sugar, which she formed alongside Kofi, who scored a hit with 'Black Is My Colour.'

Today, Caron Wheeler is reportedly back at work, putting together another solo album, as well as working with the other members of Soul II Soul to release another album as a group.