Shannon Let The Music Play (Official Music Video)

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Shannon (born Brenda Shannon Greene,May 2, 1958) is an American singer. She is best known for her 1983 million-selling record, “Let the Music Play”. The record re-defined the electro-funk sound that Arthur Baker and John Rocca (who produced “I.O.U” by Freeez) developed in 1982, which would eventually be called freestyle music.

In the spring of 1983, Greene was enrolled at York College and toured with the New York Jazz Ensemble. Quintin Hicks, an associate of the production team of Mark Liggett and Chris Barbosa, later saw Shannon singing with a live band in her cousin’s recording studio. Shannon auditioned for Liggett and Barbosa with the song “She Can’t Love You Like I Do”. They introduced her to the track “Fire and Ice

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