Kimberly Brewer is an American singer and background singer. She is best known for her long time collaboration with Stevie Wonder.
In 1989 she was featured as a background singer on the hit single We Didn't Know, a duet by Whitney Houston and Stevie Wonder. In 1991, she also contributed the song If She Breaks My Heart (written by Wonder) to the motion picture Jungle Fever. She was also featured on Elton John's twenty-fourth studio album Duets (1993).
Along with Wonder, Jon Bon Jovi, Wyclef Jean, B.B. King, Stevie Nicks and others, she performed "I Love You More" (a duet with Wonder) on the TV special A Very Special Christmas from Washington, D.C. (2000).
Brewer also appeared in the 2001 action movie Ticker (starring Tom Sizemore, Dennis Hopper and Steven Seagal). Along with Leland Sklar, Billy Preston and others, she was part of the blues band, who appeared in the movie. During 2002 and 2004 she toured as a background vocalist for Earth, Wind & Fire.
Over they years she contributed vocals to albums by Kristen Vigard, Teena Marie, Rick James, k.d. lang, Will Downing, Boney James, Vanessa Williams and several records by Stevie Wonder as well as his DVD release Live at Last: A Wonder Summer's Night (2009).
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