Sandro Bani – LIFE feat. Barbara Tucker, Michelle Weeks, Su Su Bobien, Sabrynaah Pope, Dawn Tallman
Sandro Bani – LIFE feat. Barbara Tucker, Su Su Bobien, Dawn Tallman, Sabrynaah Pope, Michelle Weeks
Sandro Bani meets house divas.. LIFE is now! The evolution of house music, set to be exclusively released may 20th on Beatport under Glitter (Do It Yourself), and featuring the finest: Barbara Tucker, Michelle Weeks, Su Su Bobien, Sabrynaah Pope and Dawn Tallman!
Sandro Bani – LIFE feat.
Su Su Bobien,
(Brooklyn, New York) is an African American house and soul singer, songwriter and choreographer. Her music has influenced mainstream and dance music across the United States and throughout Europe. Tucker had six #1 hits on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart in the 1990s and into the 2000s, and several hits in the UK.
Su Su Bobien
(born Suzette Montgomery on November 4, 1970) is an African American gospel and house music vocalist. She lives in Newark, New Jersey. She has performed with the Harlem Gospel Choir. Bobien rose to fame on the domestic and international house music scene with her 1999 hit, “You Don’t Know” (1999), which remained on the DJ Play list for weeks. It had already been on the Billboard charts for six weeks by December 1998. She has established herself as one of the signature voices in gospel house music. Bobien has been inspired by many artists such as Tina Turner. Other inspirations include the Clark Sisters, Chaka Khan and Patti Labelle.
is an American soul, R&B and gospel singer marketed as “The Queen of Gospel Energy” by her record company. She was born and raised in Danbury, Connecticut, and started singing in church and later on was featured in a great number of R&B and dance recordings. She has cooperated with a great number of recording artots and DJs and made part of various ensemble groups traveling internationally.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Michelle Weeks began captivating audiences at the tender age of 4. At 5 years old, she won the prestigious Herman Stevens Award for Gospel. A graduate of the famed LaGuardia School of Music & Art, Michelle went on to perform on Broadway – debuting in the musical, “The Tap Dance Kid.” She also played starring roles in “Madhattan”; and the major motion picture, “Little Shop of Horrors”(alongside Tisha Campbell & Tichina Arnold). Michelle has worked alongside producers such as Tony Moran, Jamie Lewis, The Basement Boys, 1200 Warriors, Andrea Paci, Bini & Martini, and MOCA Productions, to name a few. Michelle has appeared on some of the world’s biggest Dance music record labels, including Strictly Rhythm, Ministry of Sound, Purple Music, Stealth, Kingstreet, Defected, Code Red, MN2S & Jellybean Recordings, FKJ Music Records.
(died September 24, 2005, New York City) was a female Dance/House vocalist from Brooklyn, New York. She was well known for her work with Dance acts 95 North, DJ Pierre, and most recently as part of U.D.A.U.F.L., which scored a number one track on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with “Most Precious Love” in 2005. She also contributed her vocals to “Keep Hope Alive”, which was featured on the group’s 2004 album of the same name. Pope died soon after at her New York home.