Freestyle artist Sandee was found dead in her Hollywood, Florida home. There are no details yet on the cause of her death. Sandee leaves us many of her hits. Here are a few we all came to love.
A native of South Florida, Sandee was known for embracing a Latin-influenced style of dance music in the 1980s and 1990s. Sandee (whose name is pronounced Sahn-day) was a member of Expose's original lineup, which dance music producer Lewis
Martinee assembled in 1984. Sandee performed on Expose's first two Arista singles "Exposed To Love" and "Point of No Return, " both of which were major club hits. After those singles, Expose's original lineup (which also included singer Ale Lorenzo) broke up--and by the time Expose was ready to record its third single, "Come Go With Me, " an entirely new lineup was in place. For Expose's first album Exposure, Martinee chose to re-record "Exposed To Love" and "Point of No Return" with the new lineup--thus, none of Sandee's vocals can be heard on that album. Sandee went solo after Expose, and in 1988, she enjoyed a club hit with her Fever single "Notice Me." In 1991, the singer recorded her RAL solo album, Only Time Will Tell, which included the single "Love Desire."
May Sandee REST IN PEACE
You're The One
You're The One- Ext Mix
YOu're The One- Miami Mix
Notice Me- Club Vocal Mix
Notice Me- The House Mix
Always Beside Me
Love Desire- Red Zone Mix
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