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Deborah Cox 2.0 | The Diva Series

Deborah Cox in a halter top and jean dress against a brick wall for the Diva Series

Welcome back to another induction into Party Favorz’s Diva Hall of Fame. We’ve been reliving the magic of divas past and present, and it’s time to shine the spotlight on a voice that’s become synonymous with dance floor anthems—Deborah Cox! Our beloved Canadian songstress is back for a second induction, and her musical journey since her last feature in 2010 has been nothing short of astounding.

Let’s get one thing straight: Deborah Cox isn’t just a name; she’s an entire vibe that exists in a class all her own. With vocal chops that can evoke soul-piercing emotions, she’s been a consistent presence in dance music for decades. In fact, her name and Hex Hector’s seem to be a match made in dance music heaven. Just consider the iconic “Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here”. It’s one of those tracks that radiates an emotional wallop while making you want to groove endlessly.

The Hex Hector magic doesn’t stop there. With “It’s Over Now,” the duo once again unites to deliver an emotional narrative combined with irresistible beats. But it’s not just Hector who amplifies Deborah’s vocal magic. When you dive into “Absolutely Not” in its Hex Hector & Mac Quayle remix, you’re met with an assertive, electrifying tune that screams empowerment. It’s the perfect song for gay boys to pack the dance floor while waiving their fingers in defiance to the chorus.

Tony Moran and Warren Rigg have also left an indelible mark on Cox’s dance tracks. For instance, “House Is Not A Home” in its ‘Sexy Mix’ version becomes a pulsating journey that melds together Cox’s emotive vocals with the pair’s keen sense of rhythm. The synergy continues with “Everybody Dance” in the Tony Moran & Warren Rigg Club Mix, another must-have track that will keep you dancing until the early morning.

And let’s not forget about “Easy As Life,” spun into a Tony Moran anthem. This track embodies what Deborah does best: blending raw emotional storytelling with a beat that makes it impossible not to move your feet.

So why do we love Deborah Cox? It’s simple. She delivers consistency in an inconsistent world. Whether she’s belting out soulful ballads that get the remix treatment or delivering outright dance bangers, Deborah has proven that she’s not just any diva; she’s a dance floor queen and the gays just flat out adore her.

With a catalog this rich, it’s no wonder Deborah Cox deserves this second salute in our Diva Hall of Fame. The compilation we’re offering is both a celebration and a testament to her unwavering influence in dance music. From vocal power to rhythmic allure, this collection encapsulates the brilliance of a diva who’s been defining and redefining the genre for years.

Until the next time… ENJOY!

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Album : Deborah Cox 2.0
Genre : Circuit, House
Year : 2014
Total Time : 1:24:51.00

1. Live Show Intro

2. If It Wasn’t for Love (Mixin Marc & Tony Svejda Original Mix)

3. Beautiful U R (Yinon Club Mix)

4. Play Your Part (Leading Role Mixshow)

5. Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here (Hex Hector’s Club Mix)

6. Something Happened On The Way To Heaven (Junior Vasquez Mixshow)

7. Things Just Ain’t The Same (Hex Hectors Club Mix)

8. It’s Over Now (Hex Hector Mixshow)

9. Absolutely Not (Hex Hector & Mac Quayle Mixshow)

10. House Is Not A Home (Tony Moran & Warren Rigg Sexy Mix)

11. Higher (DJ Escape & Tony Coluccio Club Mix)

12. Everybody Dance (Tony Moran & Warren Rigg Club Mix)

13. Easy As Life (Tony Moran Mixshow Edit)

14. Tenderness (La Cha Cha Mix)

15. Mr. Lonely (Hex Hector & Mac Quayle Main Club Mix)

16. Remember Me (From The Ghetto) (Original Mix)

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