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Nikita Vlasov
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A Whole New World: The Story of Regina Bella and Her Grammy-Winning Duet

# Pushing The Limits 2 Regina Bella ## Introduction - Explain what the article is about and why it is relevant - Introduce Regina Bella as an American singer-songwriter who started her career in the mid-1980s - Mention some of her most notable singles and duets, such as "Baby Come to Me", "Make It Like It Was", "Without You", and "A Whole New World" - Provide a brief overview of her biography and musical influences ## Regina Belle's Early Life and Education - Describe her birthplace, family background, and church involvement - Discuss her musical talents and interests since childhood - Highlight her academic achievements and studies at Dwight Morrow High School, Manhattan School of Music, and Rutgers University ## Regina Belle's Career Breakthrough and Success - Explain how she was introduced to the Manhattans by DJ Vaughn Harper and recorded two duets with them - Narrate how she signed with Columbia Records and released her debut album All by Myself in 1987 - Analyze her second album Stay with Me in 1989 and its commercial and critical reception - Elaborate on her collaborations with Peabo Bryson, Johnny Mathis, Jeffrey Osborne, and others - Emphasize her Grammy award for "A Whole New World" and her Golden Globe nomination for "Far Longer than Forever" ## Regina Belle's Challenges and Comebacks - Describe her health issues, such as a brain tumor and hearing loss, that affected her career in the late 1990s and early 2000s - Discuss her transition to gospel music and her albums Love Forever Shines, Higher, and The Day Life Began - Mention her recent performances and projects, such as the PBS special A Whole New World: The Musical Magic of Alan Menken ## Regina Belle's Legacy and Influence - Summarize her achievements and awards, such as four Grammy nominations, two Soul Train Music Awards, an American Music Award, etc. - Compare her vocal style and range to other singers, such as Phyllis Hyman, Patti LaBelle, Nancy Wilson, etc. - Cite some of the artists who have been inspired by her, such as Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, etc. ## Conclusion - Restate the main points of the article and the significance of Regina Belle's career - End with a call to action for the readers to listen to her music or watch her performances - Thank the readers for their attention and invite them to share their feedback or comments ## FAQs - Q: When was Regina Belle born? - A: Regina Belle was born on July 17, 1963 in Englewood, New Jersey. - Q: How many albums has Regina Belle released? - A: Regina Belle has released ten studio albums, two compilation albums, one live album, and one soundtrack album. - Q: What is Regina Belle's most successful single? - A: Regina Belle's most successful single is "A Whole New World", a duet with Peabo Bryson from the Disney movie Aladdin. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and won a Grammy award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 1993. - Q: What is Regina Belle's vocal range? - A: Regina Belle has a vocal range of four octaves. She can sing from a low F2 to a high F6. She is known for her smooth and soulful voice that can express various emotions and moods. - Q: Is Regina Belle married? - A: Regina Belle is married to John Battle, a former NBA player. They have five children together.

Pushing The Limits 2 Regina Bella



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