Diane Charlemagne, British singer, Died at 49

  Dead Famous

Diane Charlemagne was born on February 22, 1964, and died on October 28, 2015 from cancer.

She was an English vocalist, who has provided vocals for many major dance music hits.

Diane was lead singer with Urban Cookie Collective, who had two UK Top 10 hits in the 1990s, and with 1980s funk band, 52nd Street.

In 1990, 52nd Street re-emerged as Cool Down Zone, with Charlemagne providing vocals as well as having writing credits on all 10 songs on their album New Direction.

Diane provided the vocal for Goldie’s Inner City Life, and performed vocals for Moby for many of his live shows.

In 2007 she collaborated with High Contrast on his track “If We Ever” for the album Tough Guys Don’t Dance.

The following year, Diane worked with D:Ream, who had recently re-formed, and in 2011, she collaborated with Aquasky on their dubstep track “Take Me There”.

In 2012, Diane collaborated with Netsky on his track “Wanna Die For You” for the album 2, and worked with S.P.Y on his drum and bass track “Hammer in My Heart” for the album What the Future Holds.

In 2014, she again collaborated with S.P.Y on the tracks “Dusty Fingers” and “Back To Basics” for the album Back To Basics Chapter One and then later on “Lost Orbit” and “Frozen” for the album Back To Basics Chapter Two.

Diane also worked with London Elektricity and S.P.Y on the track “I Am Somebody” for the Street Child World Cup.

Diane Charlemagne died on October 28, 2015 after a battle with cancer, she was age 49.