Melanie Fiona

Singer/Songwriter Raised in Toronto by West Indian parents, Melanie Fiona Hallim grew up surrounded by a soulful blend of R&B, reggae, soca, and calypso. She broke into the American musical scene with her Grammy-nominated 2009 single “It Kills Me,” from her debut album The Bridge. Crediting Lauryn Hill, Bob Marley and Sade as influences, Fiona is also a songwriter who has worked with Rihanna, John Legend and the Roots.

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Music News: You Need to Hear Melanie Fiona's "Killing Time"

The songstress also talks Caribbean heritage and new album. (8/7/2015)

O Canada!: Canadian Born Singers

Music stars representing up North.

Melanie Fiona: On Shunning the Angry R&B Chick Label and Drake Collaborations

Melanie Fiona shakes the angry R&B chick label as she drops jewels on working with Drake and what she has coming next.

Melanie Fiona Gives Love an Ultimatum in 'Bite the Bullet'

The R&B singer releases new music after three-years hiatus.
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