ARIA-Award winning singer-songwriter Samantha Jade has today dropped her highly-anticipated third album, Best Of My Love, a soaring homage to the disco divas of the '70s and '80s.
The album features a mix of original music and shimmering covers of disco classics such as Gloria Gaynor’s I Will Survive, ABBA’s Dancing Queen, Diana Ross’ I’m Coming Out and a stack more.
“Best Of My Love was such a fun record to make. I hope it reignites the passion for all disco lovers and helps tell the story of this exciting genre to a whole new audience that may not have experienced the lifestyle first-hand," said Jade.
"It’s such an honour to pay homage to iconic divas like Donna Summer, Cher and Diana Ross. I’ve always been inspired by disco, soul, funk, and dance, particularly the female voices that emerged during this time."
Jade has put her signature touch on the LP with original songs Roller Skates and Let Me Love You , both featuring the same upbeat, dance flair as the songs that are so beloved by the singer. The latter of the two was written by renowned songwriting duo DNA songs after being inspired by Australia's recent equality campaign.
Showing off her disco chops, Jade blew audiences away at this year's Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras — serving as a warm-up for her glittering tribute to a genre of music that she loves.
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