Shatasha WilliamsShatasha Williams is a female R&B singer from the ’90s. She made her musical debut in 1990, appearing on rapper Candyman’s song “Knockin’ Boots.”

Through a friend, she was put into contact with late rapper Eazy-E, who was looking for female vocalists to work with rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. In 1994, she was featured on the group’s single “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” which peaked at #2 on Billboard’s Rap Singles chart was moderately successful on the pop & R&B singles chart.

After the success of the song, Shatasha signed a record deal with Ruthless Records.
freeA year later in 1995, Shatasha released a cover version of Deniece Williams’ hit song “Free” which didn’t appear to chart at all. Plans to release a solo album were cancelled after Eazy-E passed away during that same year due to complications from AIDS.

According to an article in “Complex” magazine in 2015, Shatasha said that her contract was null & void after Eazy-E passed away & she never released a full album. Also in the article, she claimed that she was owed royalities for her appearance on Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s song “Thuggish Ruggish Bone”.

After that, it seemed as if she had faded into obscurity, but according to Complex magazine, Shatasha resides in Shreveport, Louisiana & has four daughters.

To see the music video for “Free,” go to: