This C+C Music Factory Singer Was Once Accused Of Fake Singing…See Her Now Tho!
In the early 90s, the C+C Music Factory took the music industry by storm. The group, which was comprised of two talented Technotronic and Black Box music producers, Robert Clivillés and David Cole, and a variety of singers who were featured on various projects, sold millions of records. With their debut album, the New York, NY natives went five times platinum thanks to hit records like ” Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)” “Here We Go (Let’s Rock & Roll),” and “Just A Touch of Love.” Altogether, the C+C Music Factory released three albums, but like many celebrities, their moment of fame didn’t last very long. The group became a distant memory after a gradual decline due to a highly-publicized lip-syncing lawsuit and the untimely death of David Cole.
After the first album, things gradually went downhill and despite the group’s success, they found themselves in the midst of controversy due to lip-synching allegations. All the drama began when the group’s lead singer Marsha Wash actually sued the group after another C&C Music Factory vocalist, Zelma Davis, was filmed lip-synching Wash’s vocals in the music video for “Everybody Dance Now.” The lawsuit was ultimately settled out of court and a disclaimer was added to the video credits “crediting Wash for vocals and Davis for “visualization,” according to Rolling Stone.
Despite the vocal discrepancy, Zelma Davis is still the singer most fans associate with “Everybody Dance Now.” It’s been more than 20 years since C+C dominated the music industry but Zelma Davis hasn’t changed much at all. If you haven’t seen her, you’d probably be surprised to see what she looks like now. She’s definitely an ageless beauty whose bangin’ good looks have only gotten better with time.
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