The boss is back!
Diana Ross‘s new “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” remix has taken over the clubs and festivals, as a whole new generation is discovering the timeless energy of the enduring R&B diva.
The 2017 version debuted in the Top 40 and climbed it’s way all No. 1 this week’s Billboard Dance Club Songs chart (dated Jan. 27). A stellar remix package powered by PRO MOTION propelled the Motown Queen back to top of the DJ booths of legacy clubs like Studio 54 she once reigned upon.
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” was mixed by Eric Kupper, StoneBridge, Joe Gauthreaux & Leanh, Country Club Martini Crew, Chris Cox, and Oscar Velazquez, among others. Revisit Eric Kupper’s remix below.
What an honor, but quite daunting as well,” Kupper said. “The original is so magical and timeless. I’ve loved it since I was a child. My goal was to keep the integrity of the original while bringing it to a modern day dance floor, but without adhering to trends.”
Earlier this week Ms. Ross made a rare cameo at famed Gay nightclub The Abbey to promote the new remixes of her classic anthem. Abbey owner David Cooley teased her appearance on Instagram and later dubbed it a “magical night.”