Following a brief stint as a member of Eurodisco supergroup Bony M, composer/performer and actress Claudja Barry has gone on to acclaim as one of the most iconic voices in dance music. Beginning with the success of her smash single 'Boogie Woogie Dancing Shoes', and continuing a parade of Billboard charting hits, Ms Barry has influenced the dance community over a career that spans four decades.
A Juno-award winning artist and inductee into the Canadian Black Music Hall of Fame, Ms. Barry has never rested on those lofty accolades. Instead, an artist that first charted in 1978 continues to push the envelope.
Marking her first foray into the dance underground, the dPulse release 'Good Time Girl' finds Claudja Barry (joined by emerging producers Joint Forces) with her finger on the dubstep-infused pulse of UK and european dance.
Having already made significant inroads in the UK urban scene, 'Good Time Girl' is now available worldwide in digital formats.
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