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Tracy Chapman is well regarded as a thoughtful, introspective in a good way singer-songwriter, producing tracks like "Fast Car" and "Give Me One Reason. Smooth Radio relates that it was Chapman's mother who encouraged the music, giving Tracy that first instrument, a ukulele, when Tracy was three years old. Chapman began writing and performing original music while at Tufts University , enrolled in African studies and anthropology classes.
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Tracy Chapman is successful and celebrated singer-songwriters of her generation. Here are all the big facts about the American musician. She was raised by her mother, who recognized her love of music from a young age, and despite not having much money, bought her a ukulele when she was just three. The single from her debut self-titled album tells a story of a working poor woman trying to escape her cycle of poverty. After her appearance on the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute, it became an international hit and sparked her career. Tracy Chapman has released eight studio albums since her debut in
She caught her big break in , when a friend's father introduced her to a manager at Elektra Records, and soon recorded Tracy Chapman The album's most popular single, "Fast Car," landed at No. Several years later, Chapman released New Beginning , another widely acclaimed album, which was carried by the hit song "Give Me One Reason. Tracy Chapman was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on March 30, , and at a young age, she moved with her family to Connecticut. While attending Tufts University in Massachusetts, studying anthropology and African studies, Chapman began writing music and performing in Boston, and recorded songs at the local WMFO radio station. Chapman caught her big break in when a friend's father introduced her to a manager at Elektra Records—with whom she recorded her first, self-titled album, which was released in Tracy Chapman rose to No.