Stacy Lattisaw (born November 25, 1966 in Washington, D. C.) is an American R&B/Soul, Pop, Dance and Gospel music singer. Since the 1990s, she has exclusively sung gospel music, as a callback to her Christian roots.
She recorded her first album at the age of twelve, and has scored 22 R&B chart hits. Her first album, produced, arranged, and conducted by Van McCoy, featured the highly-orchestrated disco tune When You're Young And In Love.
She is best known for her two biggest Hot 100 songs: "Let Me Be Your Angel" (#21 in 1980) and "Love On A Two-Way Street" (#26 in 1981).