Sites: Facebook, Wikipedia, Facebook. On December 11 of that year, she released her single "Turn Up the Heat" which had a new sound of freestyle and dance-pop from her previous works. Later in June, she released a dance cover of Donna Summer's "On the Radio". A limited independent release had a trance remix by Lenny "Linus" Douglas and freestyle remixes by Russ Castella and Randy Taylor-Weber, the original writer/producer of "In a Dream". Register Start a Wiki. Tell Me Why This song is by Joe Zangie and appears on the album Timeline (2007). If you have information about this name, share it in the comments area below! Saturday, November 10th, 2018. In spring 2007, Rockell recorded the single "Playin' My Love". Canadian Singles Chart while the follow-up classic inspired by DJ UpperCutz, "In a Dream" reached #6. "Dream Boy/Dream Girl" - original by Cynthia and, "Love Won't Let Me Wait" - original by George Kerr, This page was last edited on 28 September 2020, at 13:09. A nationwide tour with several dance artists including Joe Zangie was announced as well. Both singles performed well on the  Zangie Inner Dream. citation needed] The single also peaked at #9 on the In 2012, Rockell signed a new management deal with BlackCole Entertainment. In a Dream".
When I'm Gone" and " "I Fell In Love" peaked at #61 on the "The Dance" peaked at #27 and "Tears" peaked at #16 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart. It also peaked at #13 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart. Wiki information Zangie: Zangief Film character, Video Game Character, Fictional Character, TV Character. When I'm Gone" failed to chart on the It also peaked at #21 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart. Billboard Hot 100 in June, 1998. It was released to Dance/Rhythmic format radio in July 2007.
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Rachel Alexandra Mercaldo (born March 4, 1977 in Staten Island, New York), better known as Rockell, is an American freestyle, hi-NRG and pop singer-songwriter, best known for her 1997 hit single, "In a Dream". In spring 2007, Rockell recorded the single "Playin' My Love". She also released "The Dance" (a cover of the Garth Brooks hit) and "Tears", but neither of these singles charted on the Hot 100. Can't We Try" (a duet with It hit the #1 spot on the Canadian Singles Chart during that year, making it the most successful freestyle dance music single of the decade in Canada. In 2005, she returned with " "Rockell | Music Biography, Credits and Discography | AllMusic", "Billboard Hot 100 Chart History for I Fell In Love by Rockell", "Billboard Hot 100 Chart History for In A Dream by Rockell", "What Are You Lookin' At?  It was #6 on the Hot 100 Canadian Singles Chart and solidified Rockell's position on the artist roster of the then BMG Music Canada. remix by Lenny "Linus" Douglas and freestyle remixes by LyricWiki. It fared well on the  It was #6 on the Hot 100 A nationwide tour with several dance artists including Joe Zangie was announced as well. She released a second album,
It also peaked at #13 on the All rights reserved. Russ Castella and Randy Taylor-Weber, the original writer/producer of "In a Dream".
Later in June, she released a dance cover of What Are You Lookin' At?. “When I Want You Back” was previously recorded by Wendy.