On This Day. Jody Watley “Off The Hook” Remixes Go Number 1 Billboard Dance

Jody Watley – Off The Hook

#OTD March 7, 1998

“Off the Hook” (D-Dot Remix feat. Rakim)

The original recording was written by R&B duo Changing Faces and produced by Malik Pendleton.

Peaked at #1 on the Billboard Dance chart! The #1 single also featured dance remixes by MAW – Masters At Work, Louie Vega and Kenny “Dope” Gonzales. To date Jody Watley has had 13 Number 1 Dance Singles on Billboard putting her on the list of Top 25 Female Dance Artists Of All Time according to the magazine.

Listen to the mixes at the digital platform of your choice.

New Jody Watley Music Celebration. UK Radio Special Podcast.

The Jody Watley “Still A Thrill” Radio Celebration from The Wayne Boucaud Show, UK Black in 3D is now available on Mixcloud as a podcast. Listen again or for the first time!

Wayne did an excellent job on curating a few classics and a host of deep cuts and collaborations beyond the commercial realm with snippets of vintage interviews sharing pearls of wisdom, goals and determination with a desire to always be me and never confined to expectations or narrow vision. You’ll enjoy the entire show..and be reminded that there is still quality music being made – soul, jazz, funk and you can still mix them up into a delicious musical brew with the classics, under the radar gems.

It’s been such a great year of music for me solo (the Top 10 Smooth Jazz ‘Waiting In Vain’ and with SRL (Soul Revolution Love), “The Passion”, “The Mood” Alex Di Cio’ mixes coming with massive UK radio support; and the announcement of my first UK Tour in over 20 years. It means the most to have it be fueled by what’s new while celebrating what’s past.

Get your groove on, and tell a friend.

Jody Watley Song Of The Day Featuring Roy Ayers

“I Love to Love” produced by Masters At Work from Watley’s last original material full length the critically acclaimed #17 Billboard Top Electronic Album chart “Midnight Lounge” from 2003.