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Unable to promote and tour, her album Sex Cymbal suffered low sales.
In 1996, she played in Japanese pop singer Namie Amuro's live band. (Chronicles of Every Diva), consisting of Sheila E., Kat Dyson, Rhonda Smith and Cassandra O'Neal. In March 2007, the group went on a successful tour in Europe and Japan.
The album spawned singles: "Sex Cymbal", "Dropping Like Flies", and "Cry Baby".
She began her tour in Japan which only lasted for a brief time.
After the show he met her and told her that he and his bassist Andre Cymone "were just fighting about which one of us would be the first to be your husband." He also vowed that one day she would join his band.
The two would eventually join forces during the Purple Rain recording sessions.
After leaving the group in 1983, Sheila began a successful solo career, starting with her critically acclaimed debut album, which included the career-defining song, "The Glamorous Life".
By her early 20s, she had already played with George Duke, Lionel Richie, Marvin Gaye, Herbie Hancock, and Diana Ross. She appeared on several of Duke's albums including: "Don't Let Go" (1978)", "Follow the Rainbow" (1979), "Master of the Game" (1979), "A Brazilian Love Affair" (1980).In June 1984, she released her debut album The Glamorous Life.The album's title-track single "The Glamorous Life" peaked at number 7 the Hot 100 and also topped the dance charts for two weeks in August 1984.She performed at all three of his concerts: at Prince's 3121 perfume launch at Macy's, followed by the Target Center concert, and finally, at an aftershow at First Avenue. was a judge alongside Australian Idol judge and marketing manager Ian "Dicko" Dickson and Goo Goo Dolls lead singer John Rzeznik on the Fox network's The Next Great American Band. once again teamed up with Prince in March 2008, as she sat in (and played keyboard) on the performance with her family at Harvelle Redondo Beach. appeared on the Emmy winning program, Idol Gives Back. took part in the show opener "Get on Your Feet" with Gloria Estefan.Dance troupe, So You Think You Can Dance finalists joined them on stage.
She also is the niece of Coke Escovedo, who was in Santana and formed the band Azteca.