This is a song to make you move. Funky, fun, with a non-stop deep vocal beat that is hypnotic and makes one’s mind race at the same time. The arrangement is wonderful and hot. Come dance with us and we hope you’re in love this month and beyond (both single and coupled peoples).
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Meli’sa Morgan is an African-American R&B singer born in Queens, New York who had a string of urban contemporary and house music hits in the 1980s and 1990s. She got her start in the music industry while singing with a church gospel choir called the Starlets of Corona. She cites Chaka Khan as a major influence. Her initial chart entry was as the lead singer of the dance group, Shades of Love. They had a single entry on Billboard magazine’s Hot Dance Club Play chart in 1982, the #26 “Body to Body (Keep in Touch)”. This was re-popularized in 1994 by new remixes, “Body to Body (Keep in Touch)”, and reached number 1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart. That same year, music entrepreneur Jacques Fred Petrus asked her to join his newly created studio group, High Fashion, that featured Morgan and two other New York vocalists, Eric McClinton and Alyson Williams. High Fashion’s sole hit, “Feelin’ Lucky Lately”, reached #32 on the U.S. Black Singles chart. In 1983 Morgan left, and was replaced in the group by the jazz vocalist, Marcella Allen. Morgan worked as a backing singer with Chaka Khan, Whitney Houston, and Melba Moore. As a solo artist she topped the R&B chart with her cover version of Prince’s “Do Me, Baby”, (the title track from her debut album) which also became her only Billboard Hot 100 entry, peaking at #46 in 1986. She had several solo hits on the U.S. dance chart as well, including “Still in Love With You,” which hit #3 in 1992.