Jocelyn Enriquez

Freestyle Queen Jocelyn Enriquez Embarks On a Comeback

October 12, 2018

It's been 25 years since the release of Jocelyn Enriquez' first single "I’ve Been Thinking About You" and debut album Lovely. After being away from the spotlight, the dance music legend hasn't skipped a beat and is back with brand new music.

Enriquez recently released her all-new single, "To Love Again," which is available in all digital platforms. The "Queen of Freestyle"  makes her return to the studio, collaborating with her original producer Elvin Reyes and several others for an upcoming album.

Listen to Jocelyn Enriquez' newest song "To Love Again," here...

On Thursday, the "Do You Miss Me?" singer made a special apperance to many of her adoring fans at the Serramonte Shopping Center in Daly City. The following day, as part of Filipino American History Month, Enriquez is headlining 'Kasayahan Sa Daly City,' a Philippine-American festival highlighting local acts like rapper Ruby Ibarra, Rudy Kalma, Maddie B, MelvinSings! and Kariktan Dance Company.

In the early 90's, Enriquez burst onto the dance music scene with hits like "I’ve Been Thinking About You," "Do You Miss Me?" and "Make It Last Forever." Her career catapulted globally, when in 1998, she and dance music queens Amber and Ultra Natè remade Gordon Lightfoot's "If You Could Read My Mind" for the disco-era biopic "54" starring Ryan Phillippe, Neve Campbell, Salma Hayek and Mike Myers.

Enriquez has toured the world with artists like Stevie B, LL Cool J, N‘Sync, Salt-N-Pepa and Backstreet Boys.