Chicago-based house vocalist Kim English has scored several hit singles in both the US and UK club/dance charts, including her first single "Nite Life," on which she collaboarated with former Ten City members Byron Burke and Byron Stingily. Remixes by Armand Van Helden and Masters At Work secured her reputation as a sensual yet spiritual singer, and singles such as "I Know a Place" and "Time For Love" both reached the top 40 of the UK's pop chart. Her albums for Nervous Records, which include Learn 2 Love, Higher Things and 2000's Re-Energized, found her working with other house luminaries such as Junior Vasquez, Razor N Guido, Wamdue Project, Boris & Beck and many others. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi