May ‘SummerTime Vibe’ Mixtape(2020)

‘Rona don’t stop NOooo party. Here’s Vol 1 of 3 pts. Nothing but Summer cook-out music for the nxt couple months to dance and reminisce to…

girls club ft. noel – how could u have the heart
1st impression – forbidden lover
g.t. – i need you
cynthia – how i love him
lil’ johanna – i’ve got to let u go
judy torres – come into my arms(dub & vocal)
cover girls – because of you(dub & vocal)
jellybean ft. india – mirage
latin rascals – don’t let me be misunderstood
hanson & davis – hungry for your love
lisette melendez – he’s my baby
luis damon- should’ve never let u go
coro – no way out
eileen flores – touch me with your heart
jaidie – answer my cry
judy torres- love u, will u love me
tony garcia – i want u
lil’ johanna – take me away
girls club – i lost the love
fascination – why u wanna go
cynthia – everytime i look at you
expose – come go with me
amoretto – clave rocks
alexia phillips – broken hearted
tony garcia ft. angelique – i can’t live w/out u

Stevie B. (Video)

Stevie B (Steven Bernard Hill) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer who was influential in the Latin freestyle and High-Energy, mostly from Miami dance music scene of the late 1980s. Also known as the King of Freestyle, Stevie B is perhaps best-known for his 1990 number-one hit “Because I Love You (The Postman Song).”

Born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Stevie B worked a variety of jobs—from car washing to fast food—before gaining recognition for his 1987 national club smash “Party Your Body”. It was also the title track of his 1988 debut LP, which eventually went gold. In 1989, he had his first top 40 hits with “I Wanna Be the One,” “In My Eyes,” and “Love Me For Life.” With his 1990 album, Love & Emotion, he reached the height of his success, with the accompanying single “Because I Love You” enjoying four weeks at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in December 1990. He had two subsequent top 15 hits with “I’ll Be by Your Side” and the title cut. In 1998, The Best of Stevie B was released, highlighting the light dance-pop sound that marked the start of his career.