Rebecca Skingley, better known as Colour Girl, is a British singer.

She appeared on several house and garage records in the 1990s into the 2000s, and scored several hits on the UK Singles Chart, including a cover of “Can’t Get Used to Losing You” and the UK garage anthem “Joyrider”. Her debut album, Special, was released in 1999 on 4 Liberty Records Ltd.

The single “Joyrider” was first released in 1999 and reached a peak of No. 95, but a re-release the following year, retitled “Joyrider (You’re Playing with Fire)”, charted higher at No. 51. It also reached No. 2 on the UK Dance Chart. 2001’s “Mas Que Nada” contains samples of the Sérgio Mendes version of “Mas que Nada”.

In 2001, two tracks were released under the alias ‘Blond’; “If I Was Your Girl” and a cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass”, both produced by Sovereign (Nigel Doyle). In the May 26, 2001 issue of Billboard magazine, it mentions: “With 2-step slowly but surely making inroads into the U.S. (thanks to acts like MJ Cole and Artful Dodger), the timing may be just right for a wide-awake A&R exec to sign Colour Girl to a U.S. deal.”