Zena McNally

Zena McNally

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Zena McNally

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Zena McNally (born 8 March 1979, Birmingham, England) was a co-presenter of the breakfast show on the BBC Radio 1Xtra alongside Trevor Nelson. She is a former member of the band Mis-Teeq, and also a solo singer. McNally is now living in the United States with her husband.


McNally always loved to sing and dance and dreamt of being in the Entertainment industry from a young age. McNally started out as a backing dancer at the age of 16 in her hometown of Birmingham, dancing for various artists who performed in the city (Busta Rhymes, Beverley Knight and Soul 4 Real) Although McNally loved to dance her ambition was always to become a singer and entertainer.

Deciding to leave her hometown of Birmingham for London in 1999, McNally marked the beginning of her professional career. After answering an audition she became a member of the girl group Mis-Teeq, and they later had their first hit "Why" in 2001. Shortly after the release of "Why", McNally left the group with plans to embark on a solo career, signing a recording contract with Mercury Records in 2002.

For the best part of a year McNally was recording most of her debut album in Atlanta, Georgia. Whilst there her album brought about a range of collaborations with some of the States hottest producers such as: RedZone (B2K - Uh huh, Mýa - Case of the Ex, Blu Cantrell), Anthony Dent (Survivor Destinys Child), Swizz Beatz, Focus, Grammy Award winning Kandi Burress - formally of Xscape and Bobby Brown....
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