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Joyce Sims – born in Rochester, New York on August 6, 1959 – was an R&B singer and songwriter best known for her 1987 hit “Come Into My Life.” Interested in music at a young age, Joyce Sims began studying several musical instruments while in college. She signed with Sleeping Bag Records in 1986 and released her Kurtis Mantronik-produced debut single, “All and All,” that same year. The single was a sizable hit, reaching Number 16 in the UK and Number 6 on Billboard’s Dance chart and Number 69 on the R&B Singles chart. Her next single, 1987’s “Lifetime Love,” was a bigger hit on the R&B Singles chart and hit Number 23. Her biggest hit came that same year when she released the single “Come Into My Life,” reaching Number 10 on the R&B Singles chart and Number 7 in the UK. Joyce Sims’s debut album, Come Into My Life, hit Number 5 in the UK and Number 22 on the R&B Albums chart in the US. She scored several other hits - "Walk Away,” "Love Makes a Woman" (duet with Jimmy Castor) and “Looking for a Love” – and achieved success with her second album, All About Love (1989), but soon faded out of the limelight. Joyce Sims briefly re-emerged with the 1994 single “Who’s Crying Now” but didn’t release another album until 2006’s A New Beginning, which was produced by Junior Vasquez. Come Into My Life: The Very Best of Joyce Sims was released in 2009 and contained many remixes that had been popular in clubs in the late 1980s. Her songs were sampled by artists such as Snoop Dogg and Angie Stone. In 2014, she released the album Love Song. Joyce Sims died on October 14, 2022, at the age of 63.

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