American Singer Joyce Sims dies: Cause of death and obituary! – The American singer and songwriter Joyce Sims have died. The song “Come into My Life” by the American singer Joyce Sims made her famous. In 1987 or 1988, it was in the top 10 on both the US Billboard R&B Chart and the UK Singles Chart. Follow For More Updates on our website or Google News: newsyorbits
Sims’s first single came out in 1986. It was called “You Are My and All” and was made by Kurtis Mantronik. This song reached its highest position on the UK Singles Chart at No. 16. It also reached No. 6 on the US Dance Chart. It also reached number 51 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart.
Sims’s biggest hit was her single “Come into My Life,” which came out in 1988 and was made by Kurtis Mantronik. It reached No. 7 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 10 on the US Billboard R&B Chart. This song started her career, and it was her only top-10 R&B single. Both “All and All” and her version of Jimmy Castor’s “Love Makes a Woman” made it to the charts. Sims’s first album was called Come into My Life.
It got to No. 22 on the US R&B Albums Chart and No. 5 on the UK Albums Chart. However, it got to No. 10 on the UK Singles Chart because of how well it did there. Except for “Love Makes a Woman,” all of the songs on the album were written by Sims. All About Love, Sims’ second album, came out in 1989 and went to No. 64 on the UK Albums Chart.
After buying Sleeping Bag Records in 1992, Sims used her contract to put out the single “Who’s Crying Now” on Warlock Records in 1994. This meant that her deal with Sleeping Bag Records was over.
In 2006, she released the single What the World Needs Now Is Love with Glen Frisica and Junior Vasquez. It was on her album A New Beginning. In 2009, a two-CD set called Come into My Life: The Best of Joyce Sims came out. The first disc has studio versions of her songs, and the second disc has longer versions of the songs. She started making a new album the same year that she started August Rose Records.
On his 2014 album Love Song, Sims worked with Maxi Priest, who makes reggae music. Sims’s music is on the soundtrack for the movie Species. Angie Stone, Randy Crawford, and Snoop Dogg have all used parts of her songs in their own songs or albums. Sims made her own record label called August Rose Records, where she put out the single Wishing You Were Here. Back in Love Again was the name of another record she put out.