A native of South London, Sandra Cross recorded her first song "I Adore You" with a friend as Love & Unity when she was 14. Released on Studio 76 Records, it was #1 on Britain's reggae chart for four straight weeks in 1979; they followed with three top five-hits: "I Just Don't Care," "I Can't Let You Go," and "Put It On," before splitting up the team. After the breakup she met The Mad Professor, a producer, who owned Ariwa Records. He chose Sandra for and all girls' band called The Wild Bunch whose lone album entered the reggae top 20 chart in 1984; they toured Europe for a year before disbanding. Sandra's first solo release was a remake of the Stylistics' "Country Living," aced British Chart for 10 straight weeks in 1985. She continued to release solo albums well into the 1990's. She won the British Reggae Awards for the Best Female Singer six consecutive years from 1985 to 1991.Sandra's latest recordings have appeared on SCM Records, an acronym for Sandra Cross Music.
Skinnybwoy Records reggae artist Sadiki teamed up with Sandra and recorded the ‘True Singers’ duet album, released during the 2008 fall season in Japan.
Sadiki & Sandra Cross