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2009–present: A New Era
In 2007 when promotional work finished for her previous album On Kosmo Sonique announced she would continue touring Europe despite the flop of the album. She has been working on some new material, but has not yet completed a full new album but has said it should be out in the summer of 2009. A teaser from some of the new material she has been working on 'leaked' online on 5 October 2008 entitled "Better Than That". Due to the positive reception of this 'leak' the track was posted available to download on various legal mp3 download sites.

She was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2009, for which she underwent surgery at a London clinic. Following her operations, Sonique opted to receive 5 months of chemotherapy in an effort to prevent a recurrence. She was given the all clear in 2010 and celebrated by appearing on a cover version of the Cyndi Lauper song Girls Just Want To Have Fun which was released to raise fund for the Cancer Research UK charity.

The single "World of Change" was released on 23 October 2009 and official video was posted by Sonique's label on YouTube.

2011– Brought the release of the ZYX album "Sweet Vibrations", which contains the previously released singles: "Better Than That" and "World of Change".

Though she was originally a gymnast, diver, and runner, British pop diva/DJ Sonique became a popular and critically acclaimed force in international dance music. Raised on a mix of classic soul and disco, Sonique began singing as a child and cut her first single, "Let Me Hold You," for Cooltempo Records while she was still a teenager. A few years later, she collaborated with DJ Mark Moore as one half of the dance-pop duo S'Express, co-writing and singing on songs like "Nothing to Lose" and "Find 'Em, Fool 'Em, Forget 'Em," both of which were charting singles in the U.K. and were featured on S'Express' 1990 album Intercourse.

Sonique's growing involvement in Britain's club scene led to her interest in becoming a DJ herself and she trained for three years before spinning in public. The time was well-spent. Soon after her club debut, she earned followings in Europe, Hong Kong, and the U.S.; contributed vocals to tracks by Josh Wink, Kendo, Gusto, and Helicopter; and appeared on DJ compilations like 1997's Introspective of House, Third Dimension and 1998's British Anthems Summertime. She received particularly strong support in Tampa, where a DJ began spinning an import of her single "It Feels So Good" in 1999; radio play and major-label interest followed. She released the single and her full-length debut album, Hear My Cry, in early 2000 in conjunction with her own label Serious, Caffeine Records, Republic/Universal, and the Internet-based imprint Her appearance on's television program helped place "It Feels So Good" on Billboard's Hot 100, Top 40 mainstream, and rhythmic Top 40 charts, cementing Sonique's appeal as a multi-format, multi-talented artist.

Sonia Clarke (born 21 June 1968 in Crouch End, North London, United Kingdom), known more commonly by her stage name Sonique
She won the 2001 BRIT Award for British female solo artist
The first record she ever purchased was Donna Summer's "I Feel Love



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