Fri. Oct. 22, 2021

Bobby D’Ambrosio feat. Bel-Ami – Golden Lady

First Listen! Bobby D’Ambrosio feat. Bel-Ami – Golden Lady (Bobby D’Ambrosio Osio Mix) (Ristretto Music)
On the heels of Reel People with singer Tony Momrelle, Bobby D’Ambrosio takes on Stevie Wonder‘s classic ‘Golden Lady’ to give it a new life. For this, he teamed up with with Texan singer Amir Bellamy aka Bel-Ami (meaning ‘beautiful friend’ in French).

The result is just classy, bringing the song to another level on a Bossa jazzy tip, with the singer vibrantly doin’ his thing…
Looks like we most likely have a rendez-vous with another Golden Lady. And she definitely deserves the attention…
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Bobby D’Ambrosio is a man of many talents. He has built up an illustrious career as a remixer, producer and DJ for over 20 years. His impressive discography includes remixing artist such as Barry White, Loleatta Holloway, Kim English and Michael Watford among others.
He scored his biggest success – ‘I Like It Like That’ – along with the Blackout Allstars featuring Tito Nieves. A track which Burger King used soon after in a national television commercial, this, in turn, caused Columbia Records to re-release it. In 1994, Bobby joined Def Mix Productions, one of the most successful Dance Music production companies in the world.

As a result, Def Mix released Bobby‘s first single, ‘Moment Of My Life’, featuring Michelle Weeks in 1997. The song placed in the top 20 national charts in the UK and found licenses all over the world. The year after, he teamed up once again with Michelle Weeks on the memorable ‘The Day’.
In 2002, he completed ‘Here I Am: The Collection’, a garage-style album which he co-produced with Shawn Lucas, surrounding himself with singers like Michelle Weeks, Kellie Sae and Davidson Ospina. Remixes by David Morales and Eric Kupper insured that the album would become a DJ staple.

In past summers, one could find Bobby playing regularly at the Space Terrace in Ibiza and the Def Mix summer sessions at Pacha. He also spins all year round throughout Europe.
After 10 years, he departed from the Def Mix camp though. Determined to reach entirely new levels of success, he launched his own label, OSIO Records, back in 2006.

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