Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, sisters Nyanda and Nailah Tharbourne grew up singing in the church (their mother was part of the choir, and their father was a professional gospel musician), though they never seriously pursued religious music; instead, they felt themselves drawn to dancehall beats and American R&B. In 2006 the duo, calling themselves Brick & Lace (representing the tough and soft sides of femininity), signed to Geffen Records, which released both their single, "Get That Clear," and their debut album, Love Is Wicked, Rovi
Good things do indeed come to those who toil. Brick&Lace, now armed with a sterling debut, are locked and loaded and ever ready to capture the ears and hearts of those who appreciate the best in life: very good music. “I truly feel like it’s our time,” Nyanda says with a modest confidence while Nailah affirmatively nods.
She couldn’t be more accurate: Love is Wicked is here. Here to make you a believer