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Biography

Ayanna Porter (born November 27, 1976), better known by her stage name INOJ is an American R&B/bass music musician.

She was born in Madison, Wisconsin & raised in New York City, New York. During college in Washington D.C., she was in a group called "Spellbound".

In 1997, she released her debut single, "Love You Down", a cover of Ready for the World's 1986 hit that reached #25 in the United States. Coincidentally, her debut album was also named Ready for the World, the name of the band which originally sung her lead single. INOJ released a cover version of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" under Columbia Records in 1998, which was a Top 10 pop hit, at #6. In 1998, she released her debut album, Ready for the World. She also released a cover version of "Ring My Bell" as a single, though it did not receive much exposure.

She released her latest single "Baby You" in 2008.

She is often mistakenly credited for the track "My Boo", performed by the Ghost Town DJ's which had vocals by singer Virgo (who also had several songs on the So-So Bass All Star compilations).

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