Ann Nesby United States
Ann Bennett Nesby is an American R&B, gospel, and dance music singer and actress. Born in Joliet, Illinois, she gainied notoriety as a lead vocalist for the Sounds of Blackness. Nesby had several big dance hits as part of the Sounds of Blackness in the nineties but left to pursued a solo career. She earned four consecutive Top 5 hits on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with "Hold On" (#5, 1997), "Love Is What We Need" (#2, 2000), "Lovin' Is Really My Game" (#1, 2000) and "Let Your Will Be Done" (#3, 2002).