|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Wasn't Love||4||Audio||1995||Cutting Records|
|3||Don't You Think It's Time||6||Audio||1988||Vinylmania|
|4||Why You Wanna Go||5||Audio||1987||Vinylmania|
|6||I Want You Back||6||Audio||1991||Lumar Music|
|7||Still Miss You||6||Audio||1994||Cutting Records|
|10||Still Miss You||6||Audio||1994||Cutting Records|
|11||Why You Wanna Go||5||Audio||1987||Vinylmania|
|12||I Want You Back||6||Audio||1991||Lumar Music|
|13||The Fascination Collection||13||Audio||2014||Elsie Fascination Music|
|14||Wasn't Love||4||Audio||1995||Cutting Records|
Born as Elsie Rodriguez in The Bronx, New York, Fascination, has always dreamt that one day she would be a successful recording artist. With that in her mind, she studied music, drama, and dance. Her love for dancing is what actually gave Fascination her big break in the Freestyle business. She was discovered dancing up a storm at the Copacabana in New York City, where she was introduced to producer Todd Terry.
Fascination's first release, "Why Ya Wanna Go" under Vinylmania Records, was a huge success that it was later followed by another huge hit, "Don't You Think It's Time". After the success of her first two releases, Fascination was signed to Lumar Records. In 1990, "Remember" was released and hit Billboard's Dance charts which then led to a major endorsement deal with Coca-Cola. During the time "Freestyle Lives" was released, Fascination had just released her next single under Cutting Records entitled "Still Miss You", and is/was currently collecting material for her a future album.