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    Joey Negro

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Wheel Me Out lyrics
    Joey Negro feat. Was (Not Was)
    2Bostich lyrics
    Joey Negro feat. Yello
    3White Horse lyrics
    Joey Negro feat. Laid Back
    4Macho City lyrics
    5Love Fantasy lyrics
    6This Is Radio Clash lyrics
    Joey Negro feat. The Clash
    7Make A Move On Me (Radio Edit) lyrics
    8Voices Inside My Head lyrics
    9Make A Move On Me (Club Mix) lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Scattering Stars
    2Make A Move On Me
    3Universe Of Love


    Real Name: Dave Lee
    Profile: Joey Negro integrated his passion for disco music into house music
    as both a producer and as a remixer, causing many to call his music
    disco-house. Negro released music under a plethora of monikers for a
    multitude of record labels throughout the '90s and into the next millennium.

    Born as Dave Lee on the Isle of Wright, Negro's lifelong relationship with
    dance music began in the late '70s, when he began collecting disco, soul,
    and funk records. In 1986, he moved to London and began working at a
    record store, Smithers Leigh. The store closed down a year later, however,
    and Negro began working for Rough Trade Distribution, starting its dance
    department, Demix, and began working with labels like Rhythm King.
    Soon, Negro started his own label in 1988, Republic Records, and released
    his first production, M.D.EMM's "Get Busy." He also went on to A&R classic
    house records for Republic by Turntable Orchestra and Blaze.

    His first release as Joey Negro came in 1991, "Do It Believe It," released
    on Nu Groove, followed by "Do What You Feel," released on another of his
    labels, Z Records. Virgin eventually released "Do What You Feel" and the
    song became both a club hit and a pop hit, resulting in an album deal with
    the major label. He also notably produced Take That's version of
    'Re-Light My Fire' with 60's songstress Lulu. Throughout the remainder of
    the decade, he continued releasing his productions under an array of
    monikers and had even more success as a remixer, not to mention his
    Djing. Most recently Dave Lee has found considerable success recording.

    URLs: http://www.joeynegro.com/

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