In recent years, the sounds of house and EDM have come to dominate popular music, seeping into nightclubs, festivals and all over the airwaves. But throughout it all the classic pop/soul music of the late 60s and 70s continues to prove itself as most universal dance music of all time. Today (Oct. 30) Motown legend and Grammy-award winning singer, actress, fashion icon Diana Ross has shared an exclusive remix of her classic, ‘Aint No Mountain High Enough’.
Powered by PRO MOTION, and remixed by Eric Kupper, Ross’ 1970 No. 1 hit resurges back onto the dance floors of new age partygoers. Kupper’s disco-house interpretation captures the Motown queen’s soulful vocals and adds in a golden piano groove riveting with ’70s nostalgia. It makes us want to don roller skates and wave our arms in the air like we are dancing at the world famous Roxy.
Stream Eric Kupper’s ‘ANMHE’ remix below exclusively on PRO MOTION.
Diana Ross has seven American Music Awards to her name but this year, she’ll be adding one very important one to the shelf. Ross will be receiving the highly coveted American Music Award for Lifetime Achievement as announced by ABC.
“I have endless memories of all the years that I have appeared on the American Music Awards. It started with Dick Clark and The Caravan of Stars and American Bandstand,” Ross said in a statement. “It was Dick Clark who said, ‘Music is the soundtrack of our lives.’ So true,” she continued. “I am so excited to be receiving this honorable award.”
Ross will be performing live at the awards show this year, so be sure to tune in. The 2017 American Music Awards airs live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.