A professional recording artist since the age of 13, Florida-based teen vocal powerhouse Whitney Wolanin -- who began singing as early as age two -- has been a familiar sight on the adult contemporary charts since the release of her debut, Funkology XIII, in the summer of 2005. "It Takes Two," her duet with Survivor lead singer Jimi Jamison from Funkology XIII (which was co-produced by Motown Funk Brother bassist Bob Babbitt), hit number nine on FMQB's AC40 chart, was a number one most added, and spent 20 weeks on the chart. Wolanin's teen empowerment anthem "Good" stayed on the same chart for 47 weeks, hitting number seven. The song was featured on the Eye of the Tiger CD that was sold at the University of Memphis NCAA men's basketball games to help raise money for the team's ill former coach Larry Finch. The collection also featured such Memphis-based greats as Al Green and the Bo-Keys. During the holiday season 2006, her cover of "Frosty the Snowman" from the follow-up release, Christmasology, hit number 11 on Radio & Records' AC chart.