Bradford, England-born pop-reggae vocalist Melissa Steel broke out in July 2014, when she appeared on dance producer Kove's "Way We Are" and, only two weeks later, released her debut as a lead artist, the dancehall-flavored "Kisses for Breakfast" (which featured Popcaan).
Both songs were commercially successful: the former reached number 30 on the U.K. pop chart, and then the latter quickly eclipsed it and topped out at number ten. By the end of the year, Steel was featured on equally prominent singles from Krishane ("Drunk and Incapable") and Blonde ("I Loved You"). After she was nominated for a MOBO in the category of Best Newcomer, Steel followed up in 2015 with her own "You Love Me?," a collaboration with Wretch 32. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi