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Mazelle Kym

Mazelle (Kym)   (USA)

EuroDance member
Added : 24/01/2000
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Brilliant !
Crazy
Brilliant !
The Gold Collection
The Pleasure Is All Mine
Destiny
I'm A Lover
Useless (I Don't Need You Now)
Wait
Got To Get You Back
Love Strain
Was That All It Was
Useless '90
Don't Scandalize My Name
No One Can Love You More Than Me
Woman Of The World
No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)
Gimme All Your Lovin'
Young Hearts Run Free
Love Me The Right Way '96
Big Baby
Have A Nice Day
A Place In My Heart
Love Me The Right Way '98
Dance Little Dreamer
Feel Like Dancin'
Don't Bother Me
Love Magic
Searching For The Golden Eye (DJ Chus 2005 Mixes)
On My Own
Here Come's The Light
Taste My Love
Missing You
Love Me The Right Way
Love Me Or Leave Me
Searching For The Golden Eye
Quality
Free Gay And Happy
Lost In You
Truly
Perhaps
Bitch (I'm Gonna Getcha)
Eternity
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Latest Kym Mazelle news

25/03/2010 : Mazelle Kym was featured by Guru Josh and DJ Igor Blaska on the single Eternity

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Kym Mazelle albums

Brilliant ! Brilliant ! 1989
Crazy Crazy 1989
Brilliant ! Brilliant ! 1991
The Gold Collection The Gold Collection 1996
The Pleasure Is All Mine The Pleasure Is All Mine 2005
Destiny Destiny 21st Sep 2010

 

Kym Mazelle singles

I'm A Lover I'm A Lover 1988  
Useless (I Don't Need You Now) Useless (I Don't Need You Now) 1988  
Wait Wait (duet with Dr Robert Howard) 1989  
Got To Get You Back Got To Get You Back 1989  
Love Strain Love Strain 1989  
Was That All It Was Was That All It Was 1989  
Useless '90 Useless '90 1990  
Don't Scandalize My Name Don't Scandalize My Name 1991  
No One Can Love You More Than Me No One Can Love You More Than Me 1991  
Woman Of The World Woman Of The World 1991  
No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (with Jocelyn Brown) 1994  
Gimme All Your Lovin' Gimme All Your Lovin' (with Jocelyn Brown) 1994  
Young Hearts Run Free Young Hearts Run Free 1996  
Love Me The Right Way '96 Love Me The Right Way '96 1996  
Big Baby Big Baby 1997  
Have A Nice Day Have A Nice Day 1997  
A Place In My Heart A Place In My Heart 1998  
Love Me The Right Way '98 Love Me The Right Way '98 1998  
Dance Little Dreamer Dance Little Dreamer 2001  
Feel Like Dancin' Feel Like Dancin' 2003  
Don't Bother Me Don't Bother Me Promo only 2004  
Love Magic Love Magic (with Intralazzi) 6th Dec 2004  
Searching For The Golden Eye (DJ Chus 2005 Mixes) Searching For The Golden Eye (DJ Chus 2005 Mixes) 13th May 2005  
On My Own On My Own 18th Jul 2005  
Here Come's The Light Here Come's The Light 2009  

 

Featurings and collaborations

Taste My Love House To House - Taste My Love 1988  
Missing You Soul II Soul - Missing You 1990  
Love Me The Right Way Rapination - Love Me The Right Way 1992  
Love Me Or Leave Me Kamasutra - Love Me Or Leave Me 1995  
Searching For The Golden Eye Motiv8 - Searching For The Golden Eye 9th Nov 1995  
Quality Ray Hurley - Quality 1997  
Free Gay And Happy Paradise People - Free Gay And Happy 1997  
Lost In You Matt Bianco - Lost In You 1998  
Truly Peshay - Truly 1999  
Perhaps Sunray - Perhaps 2000  
Bitch (I'm Gonna Getcha) The Lazyboyz - Bitch (I'm Gonna Getcha) Feb 2006  
Eternity Guru Josh and DJ Igor Blaska - Eternity 2010  

 



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Kym Mazelle biography

Raised in Gary, Indiana, Kym Mazelle grew up around the corner from one of pop music's reigning dynasties, the Jacksons. While the future success of the entire Jackson family may have already been written in the stars, early interactions with Michael, Janet, Tito, LaToya and the rest also marked Kym Mazelle as a future diva. Unintimidated by the family's star status, Mazelle and the Jacksons would sing songs that the former had written, as they played together. Mazelle's indominable spirit was also evident when her mother would find her singing along with recordings by the queen of soul, herself, Aretha Franklin.

Intially, Mazelle set out to become a diva in the true sense of the word by studying opera at the mundelein college of music in Chicago, Illinois. Disillusioned by a genre that attempts to impose equal discipline upon the spirit as it does upon the voice, Mazelle quickly realized that she would have to take a different path to divadom. Landing a job with DJ International Records, it wasn't long before she met Marshall Jefferson. The two formed a collaboration that resulted in the Mazelle's first two singles, Taste My Love and I'm A Lover, which were released in 1988. It wasn't until her third release, though, that she would receive chart recognition in the United Kingdom. Following the success of Useless (I Don't Need You Now), Mazelle released Wait which sixty-eight spots higher on the charts, to # 7.

Having gained a modicum of recognition, Mazelle began to tour europe, with ten city. live performances that were even more dynamic that her recordings helped to establish a considerable following and Mazelle scored two more hits with Got To Get You Back and Love Strain. with a number of successful singles under her belt, Mazelle released her debut album, Crazy, in 1989. Was That All It Was and a remixed Useless (I Don't Need You Now) spun off from Crazy and established Mazelle and one of house music's favorite divas. a collaboration with soul II soul produced the single Missing You, which appears on their vol. II-1990: A New Decade. writing credits, coupled with dates on soul II soul's world tour, drew even more attention to the talents of this rising star.

In 1991, Mazelle switched from Syncopate Records to EMI'S Parlophone. This moved resulted in the release of her U.S. debut, Brilliant!. featuring remix versions of many of the Crazy songs that had made her name a household word in England, Brilliant! was quick to establish Mazelle similar recognition in the United States. Collaborations with some of America's leading producers such as C+C Music Factory, Steve Hurly and David Morales-helped to establish Mazelle as a global dance diva of renown. Another collaboration, with fellow disco diva Jocelyn Brown , produced the gem No One Can Love You More Than Me.

Mazelle's international status was recognized again with the release of Love Me The Right Way, a collaboration with the Rapino Brother's outfit, Rapination. Reaching number twenty-two in the U.K., Love Me The Right Way was a dancefloor staple through Europe and the United States, the year of its release. 1994 saw a reunion with Jocelyn Brown on cover versions of Barbara Streisand's No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) and ZZ Top's Gimme All Your Lovin. In 1995, Love Me And Leave Me was released, scoring her another hit. the following year, Mazelle was featured on the highly successful soundtrack to 1996's Romeo + Juliet with Young Hearts Run Free. Since then, she has released A Place In My Heart, which perfectly sums up her standing among dance music affecionados. Showing no signs of slowing down, Mazelle has become a constant within the ever-changing landscape of dance music. With distinctive and powerful vocals, mad style and a heart of gold, Kym Mazelle as established herself among the panthaeon of disco divas which includes Gloria Gaynor, Sylvester and Loleatta Holloway.

Kym Mazelle also recorded with Robert Howard (of The Blow Monkeys) Soul II Soul, Maceo Parker (Life On Planet Groove), Dr Robert (Wait), Todd Terry (The House Music Movement in 1999), Matt Bianco, Peshay and Motiv8 (Searching For The Golden Eye).

In 2001, Kym's voice was featured by Infinito for the single Dance Little Dreamer.

In 2004, Kym recorded a brand new studio album The Pleasure Is All Mine, which was a collection of some of her greatest hits, plus some covers of House and Dance Classics remixed in a refined and innovative electro-pop sound by the DJ producer Roberto Intrallazzi and Luca Provera on Stefano Secchi Records. The same year, she released the promo single Don't Bother Me, followed by Love Magic.

2005 : In May she released under her own name the 2005 remixes Motiv8's Searching For The Golden Eye. Lazy Boy featured Kym Mazelle on the single I'm Gonna Getcha.

2010 : in July 2010, she appeared on the BBC Television series, Celebrity MasterChef.

2011 : she headlined Liverpool Pride on August 6th. On November 3rd she headlined Prince Charles's Prince's Trust Ambassador Ball In Glasgow and helped to raise £93,000.00 for the Charity on the night.

Projects featuring Kym Mazelle's voice

Dr Robert - Wait
Infinito - Dance Little Dreamer (2001)
Lazy Boy - I'm Gonna Getcha (2005)
Maceo Parker
Matt Bianco
Motiv8 - Searching For The Golden Eye
Peshay
Soul II Soul
Sunray - Perhaps (2001)
Todd Terry - The House Music Movement (1999)


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Kym Mazelle biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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