Steve Stout introduced her to the late Michael Jackson, King of Pop, Boys II Men, and Trackmasters
. As the popularity of the all-girl singing groups', Destiny's Child, debuted of 'Survivor" the singer decides to change her stage pseudonym from "Destiny" to her original name "Adjoa."
Her first full-length effort, 1999's On the 6, was suffused with the bottle-popping luxury-rap trappings that her early producers Sean Combs and his Trackmasters
team patented in the mid-'90s, yet the record's breakout club hit, Waiting for Tonight, seemed to anticipate the rise of Euro-centric dance pop a decade before EDM became a buzz term.