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Urban Renewal Featuring Joi Cardwell & Jay Mac - Holdin On (Vinyl)


  1. Joi Cardwell. Singer, songwriter. For the Record . Selected discography. Sources. In , R&B and dance music vocalist and songwriter/producer Joi Cardwell garnered attention with her hit singles “ Run to You ” and “ Found Love ” in her self titled release in The Advocate ’ s pop music critics, Barry Walters, wrote, “ Neither glamour queen nor earth mamma, Cardwell.
  2. Joi Cardwell, Soundtrack: Ed's Next Move. Here's our quick guide to the best family-friendly movies and shows you can stream right now.
  3. Urban Renewal & Joi Cardwell/Jay Mac: Holdin On: FTI33T: Jamie Principle presents Raven: It's My Pussy: FTI34T: People Underground: My Love: FTI35T: Kerri Chandler & Arnold Jarvis: Inspiration: FTI36T: Fayleine Brown: Higher: FTI37T: Mental Instrum: Mental Instrum EP (U got my love/Bring it back/G Mans groove/Love) FTI38T: Marshall Jefferson featuring Curtis McLean: Step By Step: .
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  6. About Joi Cardwell. One of dance music's best-loved divas, Joi Cardwell overpowers hip-shaking House beats with no-nonsense vocals that are smooth like velvet. Repeatedly charming clubland with her seductive, R&B stylings and emotive lyrics, this Billboard chart-topping songstress runs the gamut of dance moods with each dramatic release.
  7. Dec 01,  · flowerzindattic Celebrating life, love & friendship through the colorful diversity of music! Pages. Holdin’ On – Urban Renewal Feat. Joi Cardwell & Jay Mac – Freetown - Back To Zanzibar – LY – Nite Grooves - nightclubs were in abundance and vinyl was the main tool for a .
  8. n , R&B and dance music vocalist and songwriter/ producer Joi Cardwell garnered attention with her hit singles "Run to You " and "Found Love" in her self titled release in The Advocate's pop music critic, Barry Walters, wrote, "Neither glamour queen nor.

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