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Llace Sarabete, born Lisa Wilkerson on July 1st in Atlanta, Georgia, is an American singer, songwriter, and producer. She began her singing career at the young age of 7, and by the time she was in her early teens, she was already performing in school choruses, contests, and other programs.
At the age of 14, Llace became the lead singer of a band called "The Dance Machine" and began performing in nightclubs. She would often put on makeup and sneak into nightclubs to open for various artists, sometimes even headlining herself. Her talent and hard work earned her the opportunity to perform at Atlanta's top venues such as the Atlanta Civic Center, Lakewood Amphitheatre for the Birthday Bash, and Phillips Arena for the Funk Rap Fest.
Llace has recorded several singles, including her debut single "NO Wife," which has gained attention from listeners worldwide. She has the ability to sing in many different styles, including R&B, Pop, Jazz, Soft Rock, and Blues. Today, Llace continues to create and perform music, sharing her talent with the world.