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Her debut album, Lovely was released in 1994 on Classified Records . In 1996, she moved to Tommy Boy Records, where she released her debut single, "Do You Miss Me" in late 1996 and her sophomore album, Jocelyn in early 1997. Jocelyn peaked at #182 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and at #11 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
"Do You Miss Me" became a top 40 hit at dance and pop radio (#17 and #38 peaks, respectively), and peaked at #49 on the Hot 100. Its followup, "A Little Bit Of Ecstacy" was not quite as big a radio hit, failing to cross over to the pop stations and peaking at #25 at dance radio. However, it had stronger sales than "Do You Miss Me" (peaking at #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales chart, as opposed to #8), which enabled it to reach #55 on the Hot 100. "A Little Bit Of Ecstacy" is remembered to this day, due to its recent inclusion on the DDR Max 2 PlayStation 2 game.
Since 1997, Enriquez has had several club hits in America, but has not received radio support or gotten sales support from the mainstream public. However, she did score another pop hit in 1999, as part of a supergroup called Stars On 54 , which consisted of Enriquez, Dutch techno performer Amber, and house diva Ultra Nate; the three women joined forces to cover the disco tune "If You Could Read My Mind" for the movie 54.
Presently, Enriquez is seeing her newest single, "Why", climb the dance charts both in America and overseas.
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