The NYC-based, singer/songwriter challenges categorization with an eclectic blend of musical flavors and hip-tugging grooves that shift from drum and bass through to smoothed-out cool with a Euro-tint and soulful vibe. Introducing Colleen Max Fisher a 28-year-old singer, songwriter, producer and musician. She was born in Jamaica and came to the United States at the age of 10. While attending college at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology Colleen performed in a group called JeNeCeQua and then with Raja Turnstyle. Her musical influences are D' Influence, Erykah Badu, Nina Simone and Sade to name a few. With these influences and the diverse musical waves and advances of the 21st century, this Neo-Soul child has shaped her own sound: 'My music is a fusion of warm melodies influenced by R&B with new tones steeped in jazz, hip hop and drum and bass.' During the summer of 2000 Colleen completed a recording workshop at a Manhattan Recording Studio and built her own 'make-shift' recording studio at home. This is where she began producing her independent album 'Maximum Pleasure', co-produced with Tomato & Lime. After being tricked into performing at a talent show in college, she discovered that she could take her gift of music further. She went on to win that talent show and the following three thereafter. 'Maximum Pleasure' is a eight song journey into the musical mind of this moody diva. 'Maximum Pleasure' demonstrates Colleen's multifaceted gift of music. It includes her self-taught guitar playing on the first track 'Invisible Me,' as well as her talent for vocal arrangements. In addition to the tracks included on 'Maximum Pleasure', Colleen has 30 more basic ideas for tracks just waiting to be realized. Apart from co-producing her album, Colleen has done voiceover's for TV and sang on numerous dance tracks and remixes such as the BMG produced 'Sound Prop's Tobacco Road,' a commemorative track that celebrated the release of the group WAR's 30th anniversary album.