Debra Killings

Gospel music, Bassist

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Who is Debra Killings?

Debra Killings is an American singer and bass guitarist; notable for an extensive session and background vocal work for LaFace Records & Rowdy Records-based artists such as TLC, Cordell Francis, Monica and OutKast. Killings appears on the majority of the recordings in TLC's catalogue singing background vocals, in Monica's first albums (Miss Thang & The Boy is Mine), and has performed both background vocals and bass guitar for several OutKast albums, including ATLiens and Aquemini. She has also released her own album, a gospel LP entitled Surrender. Killings was the singing voice of Paula Patton's character Angel Davenport on the film Idlewild. Killings' recognizable voice is spotlighted in "Moving Cool", the song Angel first performs in the movie. Killings is a member of Big Jim's Penthouse Playas, the house band on The Mo'Nique Show.

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Also known as
  • Killings, Debra
Ethnicity
  • African American
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession

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on July 23, 2013

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