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House music vocalist Kim English has died

Nervous Records confirmed the singer's death on Facebook

  • Dave Turner
  • 3 April 2019
House music vocalist Kim English has died

House music vocalist Kim English has died.

The Chicago singer's death was announced by Nervous Records, a label she worked with on numerous occasions on tracks such as 'Nite Life' and 'Learn 2 Luv'.

Having started out as a gospel singer, she went on to work continuously with Nervous from 1994 until 2016, releasing both of her albums - 1998's 'Higher Things' and 2006's 'My Destiny' - on the New York label. She had eight number one songs on the US Club/Dance charts, the first coming in 1999 with 'Unspeakable Joy'.

Her career included collaborations with the likes of Mood II Swing, Masters At Work and François K. A recent collaboration came with Paul Woolford on his 2018 track 'Hang Up Your Hang Ups'.

DJs and members of the dance music community have been paying tribute to the singer. See some of them below.

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Commercial Content Editor, follow him on Twitter

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