Following the news that Diana Ross just clinched her fourth consecutive #1* Billboard Dance Club Songs charter, “Love Hangover 2020,” the Daily News congratulated the music icon on the massive Motown/Universal-released accomplishment.

In addition to confirming the current news, Karu F. Daniels also mentioned the three previous #1* songs that the Detroit native and multi-faceted music producer Eric Kupper have collaborated on, including “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough 2017,” “I’m Coming Out / Upside Down 2018,” and last year’s “The Boss 2019.”

Included in the piece was a quote captured from the 2007 J. Randy Taraborrelli biography Diana: “It was a spontaneous thing that we captured on record and if I had to go back in and do it again, I couldn’t have,” Ross said of the original “Love Hangover.” “The music was me and I was the music. Things came out of my mouth that I didn’t even expect.”

Read the whole article from the Daily News, documenting Diana Ross’ momentous achievement here.

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