April 2, 2012 in Cookie Monsterz, Eric Kupper, Ezel, Frankie Feliciano, Josh Collins, King Street Sounds, Mood II Swing, Orienta Rhythm, Romanthony, Sean McCabe, Sir Piers, Soul Dhamma, Stephanie Cooke, Tomo Inoue
Available now on iTunes
The Hype: House Music Singer / Songwriter / Producer Stephanie Cooke has been on King Street Sounds’ artist roster since her debut single in September of 1995. In 2004, we released her debut full-length album “Everything” that was critically acclaimed receiving rave reviews by press, djs and tastemakers alike. Since then she’s collaborated with even more top producers in the game releasing such gems as “Beautiful Life,” (Jose Carretas Remix), “Sweetest Thing,” (Ezel Remix), “Just A Little Bit,” (Sean McCabe Remix), “Better” (Tomo Remix), “Excuses” (Groove Assassins Dub), and “Thinking I’m Beautiful” (Sean McCabe Remix). This new album opens the musical floodgates and down rains Stephanie in all her glory. Some brand new unreleased cuts with collabs such as “Sunshine” with Soul Dhamma and remixed by Cookie Monsterz, self-produced “It’s Like Nothing” remixed by Reelsoul and more. Included on this digital LP are also classic hits like “Rain” remixed by Soul Dhamma, Jay-J, and Romanthony. Other soulful jams like “Alright” remixed by Sir Piers, “Holding Onto Your Love” (Frankie Feliciano Remix, Big Moses Instrumental & Mood II Swing Dub), “Everything” remixed by Orienta-Rhythm, “One True Love” and “Don’t Take Your Love Away” both remixed by the legendary Eric Kupper, and “I Never Told You (You Could Stay),” remixed by Josh Collins, and many more. With a full 17 cuts including remixes by the most notable names in soulful House music, Stephanie Cooke’s new follow up album, Beautiful is simply that.