Nightlife” is available on iTunes and select digital outlets and limited edition 12″ vinyl. The single also features fellow original Shalamar lead singer Gerald Brown. The single will appear on her upcoming album "Paradise" which is scheduled for release in early 2014 on her longtime own Avitone label.
Waltey also co- wrote and co-producer on “Nightlife,” collaborated with the production duo Count de Money from the UK.
Watley has been performing and hitting the charts for more than three decades. Fans first grew to love her as a dancer on the TV show "Soul Train". Watley quickly became a member of the band Shalamar who scored hits "Take That To The Bank", This Is For The Lover In You", "Make That Move" and "A Night For Remember" to name a few.
In 1987 she released her self-titled album which hit the top 10 on the US Billboard Top 200 Album Chart, number-one on the Billboard Hot R&B Albums Chart, and sold over four million copies worldwide. The album included five singles which charted on Pop, Dance and R & B charts: "Looking for a New Love" "Still a Thrill", "Don't You Want Me", "Some Kind of Lover" and "Most of All".
Watley won the Grammy for Best New Artist at the 30th Annual Grammy Awards in 1988 and continued to be a icon in music and fashion. She has been on Broadway and starred in the one time international humanitarian musical event "Loving the Silent Tears" with performers from 16 countries and cultures, created by Al Kasha directed by Vincent Paterson last year at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Her last album The Makeover was a #1 Top Electronic Albums on iTunes and produced three Top Ten Dance Singles and this year she collaborated with the young electro duo French Horn Rebellion on their summer 2013 song “Dancing Out,” with a video premiere on Billboard.
She has thirteen #1 singles in Dance and R&B, six Top Ten Hot 100 Singles, and fifteen R&B Top 40 records.
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