Priscilla Jasmine Rollins (born March 24th 1944) affectionately known as the Bahamian Queen of Soul is a Bahamian entertainer and international recording artist. Born in Nassau Bahamas Priscilla got her musical start as a teenager singing with her mother in a now defunct gospel group of the late 50s - 60s called the Strachans Coral Group. As a teenager she also honed her skills singing at various talent shows and matinee dances. In the mid to late 60s Priscilla joined producer Cedric Munnings group The Mighty Makers. The group gained much national success and limited international notoriety. The group performed at almost all of the hotspots of the era such as the Coyaba Room, Central Highway and a club called Sin. In 1972 Priscilla left the group to pursue a solo career, teaming up with famed Bahamian producer and entertainer Tony McKay a.k.a . Exuma. McKay took her to New York where she recorded her first album on the now defunct Roulette label.