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Megan Rochell is an American contemporary R&B singer, who was formerly signed to Def Jam Records. After parting ways with the label, she signed a production deal with producer Rodney Jerkins of Darkchild productions. Megan also inked a publishing deal with EMI/Blackwood publishing within the same time frame.
|Birth name||Megan Rochell Nieves|
|Origin||Brooklyn, New York, United States|
|Labels||Def Jam Records|
(2005 — 2007)
Darkchild Productions/EMI Blackwood Publishing(2008-2010)
At the age of 11, Megan was a 5-time winner on Showtime at the Apollo. Several years later, she met Philadelphia International's Leon Huff and started working on her recording career. One day outside of Philadelphia International, Megan met Boyz II Men's Nathan Morris and sang for him which prompted Morris to sign her to his management company. Then Megan secured herself a deal with Def Jam Records.
Megan's debut album, "You, Me and the Radio" featured collaborations from Rodney Jerkins, Ne-Yo, Fabolous, the Underdogs, and Stargate. The album was scheduled for released on June 20, 2006, but was never released. The project leaked in full online shortly after the project's shelving via the Promo CD being ripped online causing the album in full being available for download on file-sharing websites and YouTube.
In late 2016 Rochelle self-released the project digitally onto sites such as Apple Music, Spotify and Amazon Music with a slightly altered tracklist, and various bonus tracks not originally available on the original tracklist, the album also features typo's such as track 5 "Caught Up" being misspelled.
- 2006: You, Me and the Radio (unreleased) 
|U.S. R&B||Rhythmic Top 40|
|2006||"The One You Need" (ft. Fabolous)||42||—||You, Me and the Radio|
- "The One You Need" (Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart), Billboard, July 15, 2006.
- "Floating" (Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart), Billboard, October 14, 2006.
- "Let Go" (Rhythmic Top 40 chart), Billboard, February 24, 2007.