Alesha Dixon has worn many hats over her 16 year career. She opened her musical
hand as a finger-snapping Rude Girl, one third of the brilliant Mis-Teeq, and next she was the sleek millennial solo proposition, a finely tuned groove machine.
In an unexpected career diversion, she fashioned a second career as Saturday teatime TV royalty, first at Strictly then Britain’s Got Talent.
For her re-entry to pop’s top sphere in 2015, she is all about doing it her way and has taken creative and business control of every aspect of her fourth solo record – the first release on her Precious Stone Records label.
Alesha is also an Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust, a youth charity which helps disadvantaged young people to gain the skills and confidence they need to move into work, education or training.