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ACM was pleased to welcome American dance-pop, Hi-NRG, soul and house singer Kym Mazelle to ACM to deliver a Business Masterclass Seminar to the students from ACM’s Music Business and Innovation and Artist Development courses.

The session took place on Wednesday 27th November in Room 39 of ACM’s Global House and was a MUST for all students.

About Kym Mazelle
One of the best-known disco divas of the late Eighties and early Nineties dance music scene, Kym Mazelle is now recognised as one of the best exponent of dance/pop music in Europe, thanks to hit singles like “Wait” (with Dr. Robert), “Missing You” (with Soul II Soul), “No More Tears” and “Gimme All Your Lovin'” which she duetted with fellow diva Jocelyn Brown, and her cover of “Young Hearts Run Free” (Romeo & Juliet Soundtrack). Kym Mazelle returned in 2004 with a long awaited new studio album which was a collection of some of her greatest hits plus some covers of House and Dance Classics remixed in a refined electro-pop sound by the DJ and producer Roberto Intrallazzi on Stefano Cecchi Records.

Kym Mazelle’s Album and Single Credits

  • Crazy (1989)
  • Brilliant! (1989) – North American version of “Crazy”, partly remixed
  • The Pleasure is All Mine (2005) – with Intrallazzi/Provera
  • Destiny (2010)
  • “Useless (I Don’t Need You Now)” (1988) UK #53, US Hot Dance Club Play: #13
  • “Wait” (duet with Dr. Robert of The Blow Monkeys) (1989) UK #7
  • “Got to Get You Back” (1989) UK #29
  • “Love Strain” (1989) UK #52
  • “Was That All It Was” (1990) UK #33
  • “Useless (I Don’t Need You Now)” (re-mix) (1990) UK #48
  • “Missing You” (with Soul II Soul) (1990) UK #22
  • “No One Can Love You More Than Me” (1991) UK #62
  • “Love Me the Right Way” (with Rapination) (1992) UK #22
  • “No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)” (duet with Jocelyn Brown) (1994) UK #13
  • “Gimme All Your Lovin'” (duet with Jocelyn Brown) (1994) UK #22
  • “Searching For the Golden Eye” (with Motiv-8) (1995) UK #40
  • “Love Me the Right Way” (re-mix) (with Rapination) (1996) UK #55
  • “Young Hearts Run Free” (1997) UK #20
  • “A Place in My Heart” (1999) US Hot Dance Singles Sales: #46
  • “Truly” (with Peshay) (2000) UK #55
  • “Love Magic” (2005)
  • “Here Come’s The Light” (2009)

For more information about Kym Mazelle, visit her website or read more about her career and credits via Wikipedia and Discogs.