Livin Joy (Janice Robinson)
International singing sensation Janice Robinson, the daughter of the late-great Dr. Rev. J.J. Robinson, conquered the music industry as a singer, songwriter, choreographer, actress and performer whose pen has written popular music’s most inspirational tunes since the 1990’s internationally.
During her college years, a meeting with a family friend landed her a coveted spot as a back-up singer for Rick Wes during the sold-out world Hangin’ Tough tour headlined by 1980’s teen-pop royalty Tiffany and New Kids on the Block. Months after the tour, Robinson nabbed the lead singer role of the Euro-dance/pop group Snap! who ultimately taped her first TV performance ever with the #1 international hit “The Power” on “Soul Train.”
Garnering exposure in the music industry by working around the world’s most popular acts allowed Robinson to shine in the forefront as she formed the Euro-dance/pop group Livin’ Joy with Italian deejays Paolo and Gianni Visnadi in 1993. Serving as the lead singer, she penned and recorded the group’s debut single “Dreamer” which debuted at #1 on the UK Singles and Billboard Hot Dance Club Play charts in 1995. “Dreamer” is now a global Euro-dance classic that has also charted well in Australia, Italy and 24 other countries.
Robinson’s craft has been hired for upcoming projects by globally-renowned deejay/producer/remixer David Morales and American singer Deborah Cox. She is also releasing a new dance single "Song Saved My Life," produced by DJ John Dahlback, internationally through Big Beat/Atlantic Records. Robinson is also featured on Morales' new single "What Do You Believe" from his upcoming album The Resurrection.
August 2015 Janice has released a new track with David Moralaes "There Must Be Love" Out on Def Mix Music.
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