Born in Los Angeles, California, China Moses is the daughter of jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater and director Gilbert Moses. She released her first single “Time” (1996) at the age of 18, along with her first video directed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. This was followed by three albums: China (1997), On tourne en rond (“We Turn Around”) (2000), and Good Lovin (2004). She worked on her albums with Swedish hip hop label Breaking Bread as well as artists such as DJ Mehdi, Diam’s, Karriem Riggins, Guru, Anthony Marshall, and sound engineer Bob Power. She has appeared on music channels such as MCM (1999–2001) and MTV France (2004–2011). In 2011 she joined the team for the 8th season of French TV show Le Grand Journal on Canal+, which she left in July 2012. In July 2019, China accepted an unusual request. Invited at the “Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Festival”, she agreed to do her first DJ set and firing to the crowds. That was so tasteful that China decided to embark for a new adventure. Catch her now also behind the turntables accompanied as always by her beautiful voice.