The American gospel and R&B singer Ann Nesby rose to fame in the early 1990’s as part of the group Sounds of Blackness. Nesby released her own debut solo album, I’m Here For You,” in 1996, launching her own career as a singer and actress. I’m Here For You was followed by her first gig as an actress, in Tyler Perry’s theatrical production I Know I’ve Been Changed. For a number of years, Ann Nesby balanced an acting career and her singing career. Ann Nesby has been recognized with multiple Grammy nominations, including Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance. Most recently, Ann Nesby received a nomination for her album This is Love, and for the single “I Apologize,” which appears on the album. Ann Nesby continues to perform and act, and has a number of projects on the horizon for the coming years.