Jane Child (born on February 15, 1967 in Toronto) is a Canadian singer, producer and musician best known for her 1990 hit song "Don't Wanna Fall in Love", which peaked at #2 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart for three weeks in the spring of 1990. Her follow-up single, "Welcome to the Real World", was a modest hit, peaking at #49. These originated from her eponymous debut, which peaked at #49 on Billboard's Pop Albums Chart. In 1991, she contributed a track titled "Mona Lisa Smiles" to the soundtrack of Freejack, a sci-fi action thriller starring Emilio Estevez, which was included on her sophomore release, "Here Not There", two years later. This album was a departure from her debut, in that she mixed standard-issue new-jack with hard rock tracks, and using outside writers on a few of them.
Jane disappeared from the music scene for several years, but kept herself busy working with obscure bands and Japanese projects. In 1996 she began recording and writing her next album, as well as continuing to work on side projects and playing small gigs. Her third album "Surge" was released in 2003 via her own website on her own record label. Jane is now currently working on her fourth record, as well as several side projects, including a movie soundtracks.