In 2005, fans and critics alike were enthralled by music sensation Brooke Valentine, aka B. Valentine. It was her dynamic single, "Girlfight" featuring Lil Jon and Big Boi, taken from her debut full-length project, Chain Letter (Subliminal Entertainment/Virgin Records), that helped propel album sales to 2.5 million copies worldwide. Now, she is back, simply as B. Valentine-with a new focus, a higher sense of purpose, and most of all, exciting new music!
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Kanesha Nichole Brookes (born October 5, 1984), better known by her stage name Brooke Valentine, is an American singer, actress, and model. Her single "Girlfight" peaked on U.S. music charts in 2005, paving the way for her debut album "Chain Letter," released via Subliminal Entertainment imprint on Virgin Records and went on to sell more than 290 000 units worldwide.After a first attempt at a comeback, Brooke officially returned to the spotlight in 2012 with Two new singles "Forever" and the Adult R&B Top 40 Hit "Don't Wanna Be In Love".