Annie Lennox Remixes

Annie Lennox has had tremendous success as both a solo artist and lead singer for other bands established with Dave Stewart. The first band she and Dave created was called The Catch. They released one single, “Borderline” (not associated with the same title from Madonna’s debut album), but later changed their band name to The […]

Rihanna Remixes

Rihanna is a very successful businesswoman in so many regards. Aside from her achievements in fashion, cosmetics, acting, and songwriting, she is an unstoppable force in the music industry. She has made a huge impact on the dance genre in just her first ten years. From her #1 debut single in 2005, she has already […]

Pussycat Dolls Remixes

The Pussycat Dolls are an American girl group and dance ensemble who has had a great number of successful dance pop songs. The six Dolls of the group include Nicole Scherzinger, Carmit Bachar, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, Melody Thornton, and Kimberly Wyatt. After the first album, Bachar left the group and the remaining five recorded […]

Lady Gaga Remixes

Lady Gaga had a unique presence from the very beginning. We all wanted to see what her next look would be. And her music was just so catchy and fun, we could not get enough of her. Her first two career singles were so huge, they topped numerous charts across the globe. Not only has […]

Melanie C Remixes

Melanie C is one-fifth of the successful girl group Spice Girls, aka Sporty Spice. Since going solo, she has had great success on her own. She has racked up numerous awards. Most notably, in the UK. It is there that she has co-written more UK number one singles than any other female artist, and remains […]

Sugababes Remixes

The female pop group, Sugababes, are a British trio from the UK. The three original members from 1998 were comprised of Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena, and Siobhán Donaghy. In 2001, Siobhán departed the group and was replaced by Heidi Range. With the addition of Heidi, the group began to experience a higher level of commercial […]

Kristine W Remixes

Kristine W is an icon in the dance music industry and the gay community. While being a staunch supporter of LGBTQ rights, she frequently performs at gay pride rallies and charity events for pro-LGBTQ organizations in the US. Billboard magazine has named her one of the “Greatest Dance Music Artists of All Time,” as well […]

Teddy Sinclair Remixes

Teddy Sinclair is a female musician who has evolved into a number of aliases over the years. She began as Verbalicious, Verbz, and Verse. She then adopted the name Natalia Kills, of which she became a household name. Then, in 2016, she started a female band called Cruel Youth. Her sound has always been dance […]

Lisa Stansfield Remixes

At the age of 14, Lisa Stansfield entered a singing competition called Search for a Star, and she won. Four years later, she joined Ian Devaney and Andy Morris to form the synth-pop group, Blue Zone. Together, they released one album and several dance singles, with their sixth and final single actually climbing the US […]

Enrique Iglesias Remixes

Enrique Iglesias is commercially know as the King of Latin Pop. He currently holds the record for the most number-one singles on the US Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart. On top of that, he also has more number-one singles on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart than any other male artist. In December of 2016, […]

Christina Aguilera Remixes

Christina Aguilera was one of the members of Disney’s The Mickey Mouse Club from the early 90’s. She was part of a young cast that would sing covers of original pop songs. Christina was would sing alongside other successful Mouseketeers, which included Ryan Gosling, Keri Russell, Britney Spears, and Justin Timberlake. The show was cancelled […]

Example Remixes

Example is a British singer and rapper who has found success in the dance genre. He has worked with big-name DJ’s such as Calvin Harris, Don Diablo, Laidback Luke, Jacob Plant, Professor Green, and even the Pet Shop Boys. He gained his star status when he released his second album, Won’t Go Quietly, in 2010. […]