Ultra Naté Gives Us Unconditional Love

If you love dance music, then you have probably heard of the dance powerhouse that is Ultra Naté. Ultra has been belting out dance tracks since the early 90′s. To date, she has racked up seven #1 singles on the US Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, and just barely missed it last month when she peaked at #2 with her latest smash, “Unconditional.”

She not only has an incredible voice, but she has worked with so many great names in the dance industry. Having over 30 singles already, she has worked with such names as Stonebridge, Eddie Amador, Alex Gaudino, Tony Moran, Nicola Fasano, Samuele Sartini, and David Morales. She has also collaborated with Barbara Tucker, Michelle Williams, Dajae, Moné, and Chris Willis. Of course, we cannot forget her huge dance anthem track singing alongside the incomparable Amber and Jocelyn Enriquez on “If You Could Read My Mind” as the trio ‘Stars on 54.’

Aside from “If You Could Read My Mind,” some of Ultra’s biggest hits include “Free,” “Found A Cure,” “Desire,” “Get It Up (The Feeling),” “Love’s The Only Drug,” “Automatic,” “Give It All You Got,” “Turn It Up,” and “Everybody Loves The Night,” just to name a few. Personally, I love all of the club mixes of her music, and to date I have garnered a total of 56 different songs by Ultra for a remix folder that I listen to on repeat.

Remixes for her latest single “Unconditional” include remixes by Jamie De Von, Rick Wonder, John Carr, BOJAN, Crazibiza, Eddie Said, Dani Vars & JamLimmat, TradeCraft, and Joachim Garraud. On the same EP release, you will find remixes for three additional tracks taken from her Hero Worship CD. These wonderful additions include “Right Now,” “The Rush,” and “My Love,” with remixes being offered by CJay Swayne, David Harness, Brendan Terry, JamLimmat, Miguel Picasso, Chris Burns and AnA.

Thank you Ultra for your contribution to dance music. Please keep doing what you’re doing, and continue to make lots of dancing feet happy!

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