90s pop legend Rozalla dramatic transformation 31 years after smash hit Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good)

EVERYBODY’S Free pop queen Rozalla looks sensational 31 years after her smash hit.

The Zambian singer, dubbed the queen of rave, became a household name after her 90s track Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good) propelled her to stardom – with reality TV diva Gemma Collins even covering her track.

Rozalla shot to fame with her iconic dance tracks in the 90sGettyThe singer showed off her stylish transformation 31 years after her hit track “Everybody’s Free”[/caption]

Rozalla, 58, has revealed her age-defying beauty with a glam new make-over.

She was unrecognisable after changing up her short dark crop for shoulder length ombre blond curls.

Rozalla, who has been praised for paving the way for several African artists to breakthrough, showed off her natural beauty looking radiant on stage with just a touch of make-up to highlight her natural good looks.

The star, whose dancefloor anthems include Faith in the Power of love, and Are You Ready to Fly, has been touring non-stop thanks to a revival of her hits.

Everybody’s Free became an LGBTQ and Black Lives Matter anthem due to its powerful lyrics.

It has been used on TV adverts as well as hit ITV2 show Love Island.

She was hand-picked to support Michael Jackson on his Dangerous Tour in 1992 – and recalled how the late King of Pop asked her for advice on how to look after his voice.

She told Retropop it was “the biggest hightlight of my career.”

Her upbeat dance track I Love Music was the soundtrack to Hollywood blockbuster Carlito’s Way starring Al Pacino and Sean Penn in 1993.

More recently Gemma Collins covered her track in 2018 in a bid to launch a pop career.

She picked the track because it reminded her of partying in her twenties.

Gemma said: “I remember that song coming on and being with my friends and we had our worst wigs on and worst spray tans, but we just partied the night away.”

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GettyEverybody’s Free has become an anthem[/caption]

Gemma Collins recorded a cover of this track