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ONO | The Diva Series

ONO, also known as Yoko Ono, is an avant-garde artist, musician, and activist who is best known for her pioneering work in performance art and experimental music. Her career has spanned over five decades, making her one of the most enduring and iconic figures in the world of contemporary art and culture. ONO has not only shaped the landscape of artistic expression but has also made a surprising and incredibly successful foray into the realm of dance music.

While ONO has been known for her boundary-pushing artworks and social activism, it may surprise some to know that she’s also a significant figure in dance music. Her music offers an enticing combination of the intellectual and the physical, an experience that moves both the body and the soul. Songs like “Walking On Thin Ice (Danny Tenaglia Walked Across The Lake Mix)” resonate with a deep sense of urgency, pulling listeners into a trance-like state with beats that echo through the dance floor.

ONO’s other dance tracks have not only topped the charts but also encapsulate her philosophies. “Talking To The Universe (Chris Cox Club Vox)” is a cosmic conversation, a mesmerizing blend of her poetic nuance and pulsating rhythms. ONO has always been interested in bridging gaps—be it between people, ideas, or in this case, musical genres. And this track serves as an aural microcosm of her lifelong mission.

In a similar vein, “Give Me Something (Dave Aude Vocal Mix)” reflects ONO’s characteristic desire for connection and understanding. The track is a plea, a call to action, and a dance anthem all rolled into one. Its success on the dance charts is a testament to its universal appeal and the power of ONO’s words set to an infectious beat.

ONO’s songs often incorporate her poetic ideals. “Everyman… Everywoman… (Ralphi Rosario Hydrate Club Mix)” serves as an anthem for equality and acceptance. It’s an embodiment of her belief that dance music, like any other form of art, can be a catalyst for social change.

“Give Peace A Chance (DJ Dan Vocal Mix)” is a reinvention of one of her most iconic songs, repurposed for the dance floor without losing any of its original meaning. In doing so, ONO shows that the fundamental messages of peace and unity are not confined to a single genre but are universal truths that can be celebrated in a myriad of ways.

Her philosophy and poetry have thus naturally flowed into her dance music, allowing her to reach an even wider audience. The beats and rhythms serve as a new form of expression, a different kind of poetry that engages people in a very direct way. It’s a living testament to ONO’s enduring belief in the power of art to shape the world, one dance floor at a time.

It’s a great honor to induct Yoko Ono into the Diva Hall of Fame.

Until the next time…ENJOY!

Album : ONO | The Diva Series
Genre : Circuit, Tribal, Progressive
Year : 2011
Total Time : 1:10:02:00

1. Kiss Kiss Kiss (Superchumbo Main Mix)

2. Everyman… Everywoman… (Ralphi Rosario Hydrate Club Mix)

3. Walking On Thin Ice (Danny Tenaglia Walked Across The Lake Mix)

4. Give Me Something (Dave Aude Vocal Mix)

5. No, No, No (Friscia & Lamboy Vocal Mix)

6. Wouldnit (Ralphi Rosario Vocal Mix)

7. Talking To The Universe (Chris Cox Club Vox)

8. Move On Fast (Wawa Club Mix)

9. You’re The One (Bimbo Jones Main Mix)

10. I’m Not Getting Enough (Eddie Amador Mix)

11. Yang Yang (Orange Factory Pump Mix)

12. Hell In Paradise (Chus & Ceballos Iberican Mix)

13. Give Peace A Chance (DJ Dan Vocal Mix)

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