Born in Wolverhampton in 1972, Beverley started singing with her church aged four and started writing songs when she was twelve. After gaining a degree in theology, she landed a record deal with Dome Records in 1995 resulting in her debut album 'The B-Funk' Two further albums, 'Prodigal Sista' (1998) and 'Who I am' (2002) followed.
Beverley is a three-time Mobo award winner, and has duetted with Jay Kay of Jamiroquai and Musiq Soulchild, performed at the South African Freedom Day before Nelson Mandela, and sung Happy Birthday to Mohammed Ali. She has collaborated with some of the UK's best soul bands, including D-Influence, and with Country Award winner Craig Wiseman (with whom she co-wrote 'Shoulda Woulda Coulda'). She has also worked with Philadelphia producer James Poyser who has worked with D'Angelo, Lauryn Hill and Jill Scott. She is one our most successful R&B performers.