Rhonda Capriece was blessed with her talents and first gave them to the church in Detroit, Michigan. During her high School years Capriece and two of her best friends started a singing group called "The Ebonettes."
Capriece has been the opening act for a number of nightclubs in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Detroit and Chicago's own "Cotton Club." Capriece has donated her time and talents too many worthy causes. The one closest to her heart was assisting with the coordinating of a benefit to raise funds for an 18-month-old girl in need of a liver transplant.
Capriece has performed with many artist including Milt Triner, Gallib Ghallab, The Chi Lites, Otis Clay, Tyrone Davis and Chicago's own Page 1.
During the Harold Washington era, she performed regularly at many of his political functions.
Caprice's talents have been described as that of "a- lyrical jewel floating on stage and creating magic.” Her voice has a Dinah Washington sound, Nancy Wilson styling, and Sarah Vaughn richness.