80's R&B Dance Hits Megamix

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I re-edited and re-uploaded this megamix video consisting of a series of R&B/Pop urban radio hits during 1986 to 1987. The tracks are: 1. Gwen Guthrie - Ain't Nothin' Goin' On But The Rent 2. Aretha Franklin & George Michael - I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) 3. The Pointer Sisters - Goldmine 4. Timex Social Club - Rumours 5. Oran "Juice" Jones - The Rain 6. Gladys Knight & The Pips - Love Overboard 7. The Pointer Sisters - Dare Me 8. The SOS Band - The Finest 9. Jody Watley - Looking For A New Love

  1. You can get this mp3 at instantmp3s..com
  2. This was such a good mix! Wish it was longer!
  3. GWEN GUTHRIE = GOLDDIGGER!!!!!!
  4. amazing times 30 years ago. 80s - win.... 00s and beyond - fail.
  5. never cant beat the 80 s music
  6. omgosh all these songs brought back memories, thank you for posting this.
  7. very nice thx
  8. NICEEE JOOOBBB HOOoOoOoO
  9. F AAAA BU LOUS!
  10. Woow, so cool. Great Mix and well done.
  11. love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. omg i enjoyed every sec of this!!! now that's real music!!!
  13. I'm still trying to find a hit from the 80's maybe somebody can help me out. I don't know if this is the hook but it goes like this, "Talk, Talk, Talk, to me". It sounds like aretha frankilin but I couldn't find it.
  14. OMG!!! I started jamming in my seat on the first song lol...Nice job
  15. yeah you did a great job on this one, and some really awesome songs..
  16. love this mix.. great jams..
  17. very nice mix
  18. great job...what memories
  19. got me moving, i must say! lol
  20. the first song on this mix sung by gwen guthrie she did leads on the limits say yeah sadly died a few years ago she had a great voice
  21. grreatt mix love it i would love to mix it again how did you do the video
  22. 80's the Finest I have ever known!!!
  23. Still maintaining those high standards Coraz. Always brings a smile to my face these megamixes,,,, then followed by a pang of sadness when I think of the poor excuse for music we have nowadays.
  24. What you trying prove? You was with "THE JUICE."