Grammy-nominated American R&B singer-songwriter, actress and model.She was born in Fitchburg, Massachusetts on January 12, 1980 to an African-American father and a Korean mother. Her first CD was titled 'All I Have', released in 2002.
Amerie Rogers, known professionally as Amerie, is an Korean-African American international R&B star. Ameriie has released four albums. Her 2002 debut album "All I Have" was highly acclaimed by critics as was her 2nd album "Touch". In 2005, Ameriie burst back onto the music scene with her fourth single "1 Thing", which was used as the theme song for the Will Smith movie "Hitch". "1 Thing" went to the top of the charts in various international markets, including the US, UK and others around the world.
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Amerie Mi Marie Rogers (born January 12, 1980 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts), known professionally as Amerie, is a two time Grammy-nominated American singer, songwriter, producer and actress. She debuted in 2002 with the album All I Have, primarily co-written and produced by Rich Harrison, releasing her debut hit single "Why Don't We Fall In Love" and "Talkin' to Me". In 2005, Amerie released her sophomore effort featuring the smash hit "1 Thing", the lead single from her second album, Touch, which introduced elements of D.C.'s go-go, and became her biggest hit to date. The last single released from Touch was the self-titled "Touch", which became an international hit in other countries. Her junior effort Because I Love It would become an international only release in 2007. Amerie released her fourth studio album titled In Love & War on November 3, 2009. The singles released were "Why R U", "Heard 'Em All" featuring Lil Wayne, "Pretty Brown" featuring Trey Songz, and "More than Love" featuring Fabolous. She has sold over 4 million albums worldwide.