In 2004, Sonique announced she was working on a new album called On Kosmo.

The first single was "Another World", which reached number 57 in Germany when released in 2004.

Realising our shared interests and sense of humour, we were keen to meet each other face-to-face.

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In 2001, after the success of "It Feels So Good" she announced that she planned to retire from the world of DJing to focus on her singing career.

After finishing the album Born to Be Free, Sonique did return to DJing on a few special occasions.

For three years she accompanied both Mark Moore and her childhood friend Judge Jules to their gigs.

She eventually signed to London-based label Serious Records, where her first single was "I Put A Spell on You" produced by Chris Allen and ex-Wang Chung keyboardist Graeme Pleeth.

She was DJ-in-residence at Club Manumission in Ibiza between 19.

In 1998, she came to the attention of UK promoters/label Fantazia and was asked to mix one of the discs on their album Fantazia British Anthems Summertime..

2011 brought the release of the album Sweet Vibrations, which contains the previously released singles: "Better Than That" and "World of Change".

"We began to get to know each other through e Harmony mail and hit it off straight away.

She was given the all clear in 2010 and celebrated by appearing on a cover version of the Cyndi Lauper song Girls Just Want To Have Fun which was released to raise fund for the Cancer Research UK charity.

The single "World of Change" was released on 23 October 2009 and the official video was posted by Sonique's label on You Tube.

"Why" (released Spring 2005), reached number 90 in Germany.