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United States United States. DJ since Jan 26, 2009
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Supavixen Ladies, wanna let someone know how you feel about them? Send 'em this!
Supavixen Grooviest Bee Gees cover I know.
Supavixen New track from the queen of retro soul...not of this day and age.
Supavixen Dirty beats, rude title...and a full circle back to the first blip of the night..."steady, are ya ready?"


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Supavixen Fair warning: this song may cause spontaneous glitter showers. (@anneyeungmary should LOVE it)
Supavixen I think the answer to any question is...wile out.
Supavixen Back to life, back to reality, back to the here and now...
Supavixen Now tell me who's your housekeeper and what you keep in yo' house?

LudacrisRoll Out

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Supavixen My favorite Guitar Hero song.

ScandalThe Warrior

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Supavixen Criminally underpromoted, now forever counting Darkchild money with her marriage to Rodney Jerkins.
Supavixen Maria was an unfortunate part of Dreamworks Records implosion. Nice melodramatic R&b from Soulshock & Karlin.

MariaI Give, You Take

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Supavixen Although Aretha won the Grammy that year, she gave her award to Esther Phillips, who she believed truly deserved the Grammy.

Esther Phillips "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" (1972)

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Supavixen Soulstice's vocalist, song from the Step Up soundtrack. Shoulda been more noticed.

Gina RenéU Must Be

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Supavixen Caught up in the battle, this is where I've been...


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Supavixen Kind of glad that I have this single, since this song was never the hit it was supposed to be.
Supavixen Swedish R&b singer Stephen Simmonds never went much of anywhere, but I used to love him.

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