DEBORAH COX discusses her upcoming new album. She invites www.dailymotion's gay community to join her in completing her new R & B album. The community will have direct input in choosing her upcoming singles etc. Deborah Cox is an internationally recognized recording artist, Broadway Star and film and TV actor. In 2004 Deborah completed a very successful eight-month run on Broadway in Tim Rice and Elton John’s Aida. In 1995 Deborah Cox, her self-titled debut album (released on Arista Records) was executive produced by Clive Davis, and went gold with the hit singles “Sentimental,” “Who Do U Love” and “The Sound of My Tears.” In 1996 her #1 single “Things Just Ain’t the Same,” appeared on the Money Talks soundtrack. In 1998, she found continued success and her first platinum album with One Wish (Arista Records). Deborah scored two Billboard #1 hits with “We Can’t Be Friends” and her double platinum single “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here,” which topped the billboard R&B Charts for 14 consecutive weeks, making it the longest-running #1 song in R&B chart history (the remix single became a worldwide club-hit.) In 2000, Deborah starred in the feature film, Love Come Down (opposite Larenz Tate). In February 2000, Deborah secured a recurring role as SF police detective ‘Vanessa Swan’ on the hit CBS series “Nash Bridges.” At the end of 2002, Deborah’s third album, The Morning After was released on Clive Davis’ newly formed, J Records. In July 2003, Remixed, a collection of Deborah’s hit singles, remixed by the hottest club DJs, was released on J Records as her fan base grew worldwide. Notable career accomplishments: Eight #1 Billboard Club Records (as of January 2004); American Music Award Nomination for Best New R&B Vocalist (1997); back-to-back JUNO Awards (Canada) for Best R&B Female Artist (1996 & 1997); Lady of Soul Award for Best R&B/Soul Song of the Year (1999); Soul Train Music Award for Best Female R&B Soul Single (2000).