"i was such a gangsta when i was little... notice the michael jackson-style vinyl jacket... and how the ballet slippers soften the overall look of the ensemble... i really feel that the whole '2 front teeth missing' look was waaay ahead of its time..."
Esthero was much more than a one-night stand. 1998's Breath From Another was the catalyst that sparked a love movement in which the years that followed were spent waiting and longing for her return. Blessing us with gifts such as “Country Livin’ (The World I Know),” “Swallow Me” and “That Girl,” she was indeed “Heaven Sent.” Esthero was our breath of fresh air. Her voice - often imitated, never duplicated - reached a part of our souls that had previously remained dormant. She was our beacon of light. A sacred blend of jazz, hip-hop, soul, funk, and rock, Esthero became our best-kept secret. Then just like that, she was gone.