称霸90年代流行乐坛最具代表性的女子偶像团体Spice Girl/辣妹合唱团，5名团员各有鲜明个性与极具个人特色的嗓音，也陆续在不同领域尝试推出个人作品。其中最甜美可人的宝贝辣妹Emma Bunton，总是以一头金发、灿烂的笑容、如邻家小女生般的亲和力，吸引众多乐迷的目光。Emma的父母在她11岁时便离婚，她凭藉自己得天独厚的才华与好学不倦的心，从担任模特儿、拍摄广告、参与戏剧…等历练中累积经验，练就面对镜头驾轻就熟的功力，进而幸运入选全英最为成功的Baby Spice，跟着辣妹乐团将声名远播至全球！
Emma Lee Bunton (born 21 January 1976) is an English pop singer, songwriter, and occasional actress, originally from the girl group Spice Girls, where she was known as "Baby Spice" for being the youngest member.
Life in Mono is the third album from British singer/songwriter Emma Bunton. Originally set for a November release in the UK, it has since been moved to December 4. The album is assumed to be much like her previous album, Free Me, with elements of British Pop Music of the 1960's and Motown with an edge, according to the singer. The first single taken from the album is a cover of the 1964 Petula Clark hit single "Downtown", to be released on the 13th of November. "Downtown" is the 2006 BBC Children In Need charity single. Bunton has been working on her third release since 2005. The title track of the album is a cover version of the hit 'Life in Mono' from 1990's Trip Hop band Mono.