Anita Doth

Ranked #2 on the list Most famous Female Singers from Netherlands

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About Anita Doth

Anita Doth (born 28 December 1971, Amsterdam) is a Dutch singer, best known for her participation in the Eurodance group 2 Unlimited. Anita Daniƫlle Doth was born in Amsterdam to Rolf and Lydia Doth. In 1991 she finished her education and landed her first steady job in an administrative position at a police station. Together with Ray Slijngaard, she formed the group 2 Unlimited. In the early 1990s, Ray Slijngaard (the soon-to-become techno-rapper of 2 Unlimited) had been asked to write rap lyrics for a tune written by Belgian producers J.P. de Coster and Phil Wilde. Ray also wrote a chorus to be sung by a female vocalist, for which he asked Doth to sing the lyrics. The demo was presented to de Coster and Wilde, leading to Doth joining 2 Unlimited. Doth sang the choruses for the majority of their songs; however there were some B sides, and one successful single, "Nothing Like the Rain", where she sang close to all the lyrics. The band became an instant success in Europe and throughout the world. Their hits included songs such as "Get Ready For This", "Maximum Overdrive", "No Limit", "Tribal Dance", "The Real Thing", "Twilight Zone" and "Workaholic". After sixteen music videos,

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