Amelle Berrabah was born on 22nd April 1984, and she is an English songwriter and singer most prominent for being in Sugababes. She replaced a founding member named Mutya Buena, who left the group in 2005 December. She then achieved a number one solo in 2009 when she collaborated with Tinchy Stryder. The name of their song was Never Leave you, which made her the only singer of the Sugababes group to achieve a single goal besides the group. She is originally from Aldershot, and her parents are Moroccan. She also has four sisters and a brother.