Sandy Spady's upbringing in Virginia as the daughter of a pastor may have seemed like a perfect beginning to a successful career as an R&B artist, which is how Spady first began in music--starting off as a lead vocalist in Black Voices, a 100 + member gospel ensemble and going on to form her own R&B and jazz a cappella group named First Class.
She went on to work with notable producers such as David Anthony (Britney Spears, Janet Jackson) and Vada Nobles (Faith Evans, Lauren Hill) and wrote songs for Indian pop/R&B artist Rushma, and Sumeet, a Canadian born Indian R&B artist who released the critically acclaimed album Deeper.
Spady, however, is hitting her stride these days lending her soulful vocals and creative songwriting to house and electronic music and gaining a name for herself in the process. Her vocals and songwriting are showcased in the songs Killing Me and Forgive Me released on the 2009 Strictly Rhythm EP, The Wizard Brian Coxx ft Sandy Spady - Soulgasm Sessions, Vol. 1, and was specifically singled out by Bruce Tantum of Time Out New York's review, who raves:
"All three tracks (and various mixes) are radiant, especially 'Killing Me,' featuring Sandy Spady on the mike - it's vocal house at its dreamiest."
Killing Me was also featured on the popular Defected In the House Ibiza 09 compilation and Forgive Me on the Bargrooves Summer Session II compilation.
In 2010 Sandy released Your Heart Is Calling You on Daddy Funk Records and some of house's finest producers are coveting her talents, including The Wizard Brian Coxx who is collaborating with her on another set of songs. Spady is a true professional - she takes her craft seriously and can write with the best of them, while possessing a voice that recollects the legendary Toni Braxton.