|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Je T'aime Mélancolie (The Remixes)||5||Audio||2003-04-23||Mostiko|
|4||Je Chante Pour Toi||2||Audio||2004-02-16||Mostiko|
|6||Je T'Aime Melancolie||11||Audio||2004||Hit 'N' Hot Music|
|7||Si Douce||3||Audio||2005||Hit 'N' Hot Music|
|8||Je Suis Venue Te Dire Que Je M'En Vais||3||Audio||2003||Mostiko|
|9||Initials BB||13||Audio||2004||Turbo Music!|
|10||Je Chante Pour Toi||3||Audio||2004-02-16||Mostiko|
Without a doubt, [a=Betty (3)] was the number one Belgian sex symbol when she competed in the first Belgian [b]Big Brother[/b]. She didn't make the finals, but even when she was kicked out of the house she still was popular. In 2001, she started singing under the name of [a=Betty (3)], releasing dutch songs and doing fame to her playmate reputation. That year she also appeared in [b]Playboy[/b].
2 Years later the [a=Betty (3)] image wasn't popular enough so she started out as Biba Binoche releasing a more electronic style of music. Her first record on [l=Mostiko] label, a cover of the [a=Mylène Farmer] song "Je T´Aime Mélancolie", came out in 2003 and was a huge hit on the Belgian charts. Later, the second release appeared "Si Douce".