Ewanya Johnson, better known as Puff Johnson, was an American singer-songwriter. She emerged on the music scene with the singles "Forever More", which achieved its biggest success in New Zealand where it reached number 5, and "Over & Over" which appeared on the soundtrack of the film The First Wives Club, the single was a hit in Europe and Australia reaching the Top 20 in both continents. She released her first and critically acclaimed album, Miracle, in 1996. The album was produced by Randy Jackson of American Idol fame. She also collaborated with the Bay Area based R&B group, Somethin' for the People; and with Tupac Shakur on his hit single, "Me Against the World", which was featured on the Bad Boys movie soundtrack and his album of the same name. In 1997, Johnson toured Europe as an opening act for Michael Jackson and 3T. Her debut album was also certified silver in the UK. Towards the end of the year Miracle reached Top 40 in the Netherlands and the single "Over & Over" hit the Top 20. She did not release any further material and slipped out of the limelight. However, Johnson was listed as co-writer on three tracks on the 2005 album A Change Is Gonna Come by U.S. singer Leela James.