Kelly Biggs (born 5 October 1975, East Ham, London), better known by her stage name Kele Le Roc, is a British R&B and UK garage singer.

Biggs began singing at the age of three, and she attended Langdon Comprehensive School in East Ham. She first found widespread acclaim in 1995 with the underground hit “Let Me Know”. She scored two top 10 hits on the UK Singles Chart, with “Little Bit of Lovin'” in 1998 and “My Love” in 1999; both peaked at No. 8. In March 1999, she released her only album, Everybody’s Somebody on Polydor Records.

In 1999, she won two MOBO Awards, for Best Newcomer and for Best Single (“My Love”). Among those she collaborated with are Basement Jaxx (with whom she reached No. 6 in the UK with “Romeo”), 10° Below, Coolio, Courtney Pine, Shy FX, T Power, Omar Lye-Fook, Damage and Lee Henry.

† Credited to Curtis Lynch Jr. featuring Kele Le Roc and Red Rat ‡ Credited to Shy FX and T Power featuring Kele Le Roc