|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Round 'N' Round||4||Audio||1998||Intercord Tonträger GmbH|
|2||Round 'N' Round||4||Audio||1998||EMI|
|3||Round 'N' Round||5||Audio||1998||EMI-Medley (Denmark)|
|4||Don't Wanna Say Goodbye||4||Audio||1998||EMI-Medley (Denmark)|
|5||Crying Days Are Over||3||Audio||2004||CMC Entertainment|
|7||Round 'N' Round||5||Audio||1998|
|8||Round 'N' Round||5||Audio||1998|
|10||Reach Out||13||Audio||2004||CMC Entertainment A/S|
Zindy Laursen was born in Svendborg (Denmark), her mother was Danish and her father American. She was most known for being singer in "Cut 'N' Move" until they fell apart in 1995. Since she released a couple of own releases under the name Zindy/Zindy Laursen.
In 2001 was Zindy part of the band "ZindyKukuBoogaloo" for the TV-show "Venner for livet", together with the rapper Kuku and the band Boogaloo. In 2005 she joined up with 2 Rnb/hip hop artists to form "J.A.Z" (Johnson, Alex, Zindy) and released their first single "Ingen Gør Som Vi Gør".