June 1st 2001
Everyday's a party:
are 4 young, very beautiful, sexy ladies whose names are Lisa,
The group's name was taken from the French name 'Damoiselle'
which means 'Young lady'
and that they are with the average age between them being just 18.
They scored a hit with their debut single 'You
don't know me like that'
taken from their debut album of the same name earlier this year.
quartet now returns with their very impressive follow-up 'Everyday's
a party' an
energetic and equally brilliant R&B dance track produced by
newcomer Eddie Berkeley.
All is present to make this one an even bigger hit than the last, a
mid-tempo thumping bassline with great instrumentation to compliment
release date on the single or the album yet but it's likely to drop
sometime this summer. Don't pass up on this one I will be playing it
very frequent and often on the show as I would say " A
TY-D Pick indeed".
After blowing up
the spot in 97 with tracks like 'Head
over heals' w/Nas,
featuring LL Cool J
and the tear jerker ballad 'All
Cried Out' the old Lisa
Lisa and Cult Jam hit from
years back all of which was found on their self titled debut set
I always wondered what happened with these young ladies and low and
behold here they are.
Now signed to MCA
after the demise of Mariah
label (of which they were signed to) the girls return with an
excellent track 'Enjoy
Yourself' produced by whom
I feel should win the next grammy for producer of the year Kay
Gee. His uncanny ability to
come up with such top notch tracks these past year is a testament to
just how talented this man really is. The song is all about having fun
and 'enjoying yourself' while retaining a positive message for the
masses. I have always had a soft spot for these young ladies and had
hoped they did not become the latest casualty in the one hit wonder
No title for the
forthcoming album yet as well as a street date but be certain of this
you will be hearing a lot more of this track on the show. A most def Ty-D Pick
1996 is a year I remember well
because the one track that stood out to me was Driza
Love' It was the standard, a
classic track and I don't say that everyday with a song that's just 5
years old but it just stuck with me the first time I heard it.
5 years later the group's founder
dropped the 'bone' from the name replaced the female lead
(Vivian Wray replacing Kimberly
Peer) and released
the brilliant 'Vision'. The lead off single is
the brilliant 'Let it out' a
mellow dance number which is brought to life by Vivian's high octane
Drawing a lot of attention is 'Confusion'
similar in style to 'Real
Love' but yet different in
its delivery, this one is my pick as the next single and I have already
had some great responses from playing it on the show.
Other notables include 'Dream
Fantasy' and 'Rhythm
of Life'. I ask you not to
overlook this one the album is in stores in the states as an import.
for your ear here
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