Jully Black is one of the finest R&B performers in the country, but really, that's just a starting point. Her work is constantly evolving, weaving influences from hip hop, rock, reggae and dance into her musical arsenal. She's collaborated with Kardinal Offishall, Choclair and Saukrates. She's written music for film and television.
For Black versatility is key, not just in her music but in her career choices too. She appeared in both the the TV series and stage versions of Da Kink in my Hair, has been a correspondent on Canadian Idol and a celebrity reporter for E-Talk.
In 2010, Black headlined the opening ceremony for the Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Later that year she performed at the Canada Day celebrations in London, England and sang for the Queen.
In 2013, CBC Music named her one of the top 25 Canadian singers - ever.
On this edition of My Playlist, the one-and-only Ms. Jully Black shares her favourite music.
Jully Black shares her favourite music on My Playlist.