With the release of her 4th album ‘Single White Female’, she turned into one amongst popular country musical artists.
Her album ‘Never Love You Enough’ continued her high popularity for which it’s needless to say that the album is her best release ever.
Chely Wright is the bold and fearless performer of the American music industry, who has been proved to be successful in the game of fame since three decades.
Beginning with the several radio hits in early 1990s, within the end of decade, the singer went to the grab the position as a star.
"Shut Up and Drive" proved to be her first Top 20 country hit.
Two years later, Wright reached the top of the country charts with the upbeat anthem "Single White Female," off the album by the same name., which also proved to be a strong seller.
She visited Korea, Iraq and Afghanistan, among other places.
As she grew up in the musical family, her dream of becoming a country singer at the very tender age of four wasn’t really surprise.
Aside her singing passion, she had also realized that she was gay at 9.
As she had also harbored the belief that immoral sexual orientation would kill the career hopes of one, she never disclosed her sexuality with anyone and didn’t pursue relationships with any women too.
Though her professional career was launched in 1994, she had already begun landing the musical jobs in late 1980s.
After two years in 1999, she released her fourth album ‘Single White Female’ which turned to be first gold certified album.