Rhoda Dakar is an English singer, born in 1959. With a career spanning over four decades, she has established herself as a prominent figure in the music industry. Known for her soulful voice and captivating performances, Rhoda has captivated audiences worldwide with her unique blend of reggae, ska, and pop music.
Starting her musical journey as the lead vocalist for The Bodysnatchers in the late 1970s, Rhoda quickly gained recognition for her powerful vocals and energetic stage presence. She later joined The Specials as a guest vocalist on their hit single "The Boiler," which further solidified her status as a talented artist.
Throughout her career, Rhoda has collaborated with numerous renowned musicians and bands, including Madness and The Beat. Her collaborations have resulted in several chart-topping hits and critically acclaimed albums.