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beatbox-tracks-poppin-into-clubs-0Summer may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the heat on our nation’s gay dance floors will be turning down. Clubs are working overtime to keep floors burning. Here are the top scorchers being played this fall.

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Summer may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the heat on our nation’s gay dance floors will be turning down. Clubs are working overtime to keep floors burning. Here are the top scorchers being played this fall.

beatbox-tracks-sugar-house-crew-1“Mix Magic Music” – Sugar House Crew

After a two year hiatus, Tony Moran makes his triumphant return to the dance floor with an album fully penned by the Grammy nominated producer/remixer. Clearly meant to embrace the soul, sympathy and conviction of club music, the CD is packed with several diva gems all destined to become dance floor staples. Jennifer Holiday’s “Magic” and Deborah Cox’s “Tenderness” are particular stand outs.

beatbox-tracks-sylvia-tosua-2“World Keeps Turning” – Sylvia Tosun

Her tenth dance floor release, “World Keeps Turning” has the strength to match the success of Tosun’s “Push n Pull,” a song that climbed all the way to number one on Billboard’s club chart. It’s a marked departure from the ethereal and subdued tracks Tosun has become known for, showing a stronger side to Tosun’s voice. She even manages to belt out some notes, proving this girl can sing.

beatbox-tracks-faith-michaels-3“Neva Eva Eva” – Faith Michaels

Michaels admits “Neva Eva Eva” is the song she wanted to write but couldn’t. Paralyzed by the success of her summer smash, “Fetish,” Michael’s was fearful she might forever be a one trick pony. Luckily, The Rhythm Rehab boys came to her rescue and produced a killer song that fans are going to love. Musically, “Neva Eva Eva” has the intensity and power of “Fetish” but its message to define yourself by your own standards – and no one else’s – stands strong on its own.

beatbox-tracks-faith-michaels-3“Queer Nation” – Elephant

Taking aim against the rampant homophobia proliferating today’s hip hop, “Queer Nation” is a call-to-arms for gay youth to claim their rightful place in pop culture. It is Elephant’s first single since signing to record label, Scruffy Records, and displays real artistic growth for a band that is best known for tales of rowdy bathroom stalls, heroin binges, and month-long hunger strikes. While some may say “Queer Nation” borders on activism – and they wouldn’t be wrong – the track is provocative, no holds barred and fun to listen to.

beatbox-tracks-d-alexander-4“Touch Me” – D Alexander

“Touch Me” is a hands-in-the-air romp that will pull everyone to the dance floor this season. Penned by the artist, it is the follow-up to his summer debut “Beautiful.” In it, D Alexander sheds the electronic R&B sound of his past, opting instead for a fast moving disco track that expresses his passion for life, love and lust. It’s another well-produced, empowering track from a young out artist who is undoubtedly one to watch.

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