Deniece Williams

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Deniece Williams (born June 3, 1950 in Gary, Indiana) is an American Grammy Award winning musician and singer-songwriter.[1] She has had many hit records. She is best known for the 1980s song Let's Hear it for the Boy. The single that came out in 1984.[2]

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  1. Salzman, Jack; Smith, David L.; West, Cornel (1996). Encyclopedia of African-American culture and history. Macmillan Library Reference. p. 2990. ISBN 978-0-02-897345-6.
  2. BMI: The Many Worlds of Music. Broadcast Music, Incorporated. 1986. p. 62.