Kathy Sledge will release her much anticipated new single titled KEEP IT MOVIN’ on iTunes and all digital platforms on December 1. The song was first released as an Aristofreeks feat. Kathy Sledge EDM single on Pacific Electronic Music last Fall, hitting #2 on the Billboard Club chart. The GRAMMY® nominated artist collaborated with producer/duo Aristofreeks on the tune in which she co-wrote with Max Martire, and released it to the club and EDM festival circuit. Now, the original radio mix of the song will be available to fans worldwide. Listen to the single here:
Additionally, a new concert tour titled “Kathy Sledge Presents: My Sisters and Me” featuring Kathy Sledge, Deniece Williams, Karyn White and CeCe Peniston, will launch on November 14 at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut (additional dates to be announced). More than a concert, this “sisterhood” experience unites the legendary artists in story and song – connecting with the audience both individually on stage, as well as a group.
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Kathy recorded KEEP IT MOVIN’ after releasing the EDM-powered remake of WE ARE FAMILY with Aristofreeks (Max Martire and Shanti Matkin) in 2013. With the EDM release of KEEP IT MOVIN’, Kathy received the “Outstanding Contribution Award” at the 2013 Ibiza DJ Awards. Says Kathy, “There is a true sense of liberation through the lyrics of Keep it Movin.’ My personal catharsis has become a journey for many…a ‘Mantra in Motion.'”
Kathy has also been partnering with talented songwriters and producers in both rock and urban genres for studio projects that span elements of R&B, rock and EDM; and launched the critically acclaimed show The Brighter Side of Day: A Tribute to Billie Holiday. She also recently appeared on BET’s “Black Girls Rock,” where she performed in front of First Lady Michelle Obama, and other notables; and at the UNESCO Center for Peace’s first Nelson Mandela International Birthday Celebration.
The GRAMMY® nominated artist’s career includes chart-topping hits and platinum albums spanning several genres of popular music as a solo artist, and with her stand-out lead vocals on some of pop music’s greatest moments with the legendary Sister Sledge (We Are Family, He’s The Greatest Dancer, Frankie, and more).