One of Quebec's most powerful voices, blue-eyed soul singer Lulu Hughes started her career in the 1980s with Montréal's Soul What. She later fully immersed herself in a singing career as back up singer or soloist for a wide array of artists or projects, including Barry White, Too Many Cooks and the Montréal Jubilation Gospel Choir. In 2002, she released her first self-titled debut album, followed by Crazy Mama in 2006. With her strong vocals and soulful tones, Lulu Hughes has been a favourite among Quebec and international artists for collaborations, including French DJ Antoine Clamaran, with whom she released a series of club house hits, including Release Yourself (2002) and Give Some Love (2007). Lulu Hughes and the Montreal All City Big Band came along in 2010.