Diana Ross is making a triumphant return to the peak of the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart with “The Boss 2019” which claims this week’s #1* position. This achievement follows her previous chart-topping efforts “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough 2017” and “I’m Coming Out / Upside Down 2018.”

The Motown/UME-released track has been updated and revamped for contemporary audiences by featuring a newfound bite as well as receiving strong support from the club culture community through the collection of multiple remixes.  Top-shelf artists Dirty Werk and Sted-E & Hybrid Heights have offered their expert takes on the 1979 Disco classic in addition to Eric Kupper‘s version, which presents a whimsical vision of the original. Regardless of what style listeners choose, they will not be disappointed by the forms presented, from Dirty Werk’s Progressive rendition to Kupper’s distinctive and strong Disco sound.

The now-75-year-old songstress recently celebrated her birthday in fantastic fashion by holding not only a special show but also offering a limited edition two-day screening of Diana Ross: Her Life, Love and Legacy. The film featured clips from the original Diana Ross Live in Central Park as well as never-before-seen footage and heartfelt messages from the Ross family. This new chart attainment is now the icing on the cake.

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