Amy Winehouse, Adele, Duffy, Corinne Bailey Rae; Great Britain is delivering a constant stream of souls stars these last years who are able to combine a fantastic singing voice with powerful songs and a refreshing product. And it appears that singer-songwriter Rox is soon to be added to this list. Rox, full name Roxanne Tataei, has an Iranian-Jamaican background and grew up in London. She learned how to sing in church: how classical. For the frank songs on her debut Memoirs, released this spring, Rox was inspired by Joni Mitchell, Lauryn Hill and Portishead, among others. It also contains a hearty dose of reggae, due for a great deal to her collaboration with musicians who used to play with Bob Marley himself. After an astounding television debut with Jools Holland, where she sang My Baby, she is now set to conquer the continent. Beware: this beautiful lady has a great deal of power.