Krystal L. Davis
Krystal L. Davis, or simply Krystal Davis, is an American session musician and background singer for Herbie Mann, Evelyn King and Cyndi Lauper.
She "made" history right after her single "So Smooth" was released in 1985 which peaked at number 9 on the
Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales chart and had reigned there for 12 weeks (as of December 1985).
Her musical career began with the 1977 production titled
She afterwards provided vocals for various The Atlantic Family Live at Montreux jazz and disco musicians such as Dazzle, Maynard Ferguson, Herbie Mann or Inner Life and throughout the 1980s, Cyndi Lauper, Change and Melba Moore.
In 1988 she co-wrote a song with
Luther Vandross called "So Much Better Now" for Gregory Hines.
New York-based R&B band called Blyss she recorded "No Turning Back". Although not charted, it was picked by  as a "recommended" piece of urban music. Billboard
Davis also had a minor role in the
Matty Rich movie .
Straight Out of Brooklyn
"So Smooth" – 5:26
 "So Smooth" (instrumental) – 5:16
Label: Urban Rock
Written-by: Alan Palanker, Ray Arlen
Producer: Alan Palanker, Ray Arlen