Two-time Grammy Nominee Martha Wash Covers Aerosmith Classic 'Dream On'
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Today, pop and dance music icon Martha Wash announced the release of her much anticipated single, "Dream On," a fresh, rousing version of the Aerosmith classic. "Dream On" is the latest single from Ms. Wash's critically-acclaimed album Something Good - which marks the two-time Grammy nominee's first offering in 20 years and the first official album on her own independent record label, Purple Rose Records.
For almost three decades, Martha Wash's distinctive, powerhouse voice has guided some of pop and dance music's biggest hits straight to the top of the charts - from the perennial classic "It's Raining Men" to #1 Billboard hits like "Everybody, Everybody" and "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)."
Considered to be one of the music industry's most respected artists, the legendary singer recently reclaimed her position on the top of the charts with her last single "I'm Not Coming Down." The song quickly shot up the Billboard Dance Chart to the #2 position. In fact, since its release last year, the Something Good set has generated three well-received singles, including the stirring ballad and lead single "I've Got You." Following the success of the album's previous singles, "Dream On" promises to continue that hot streak and has already been picked up by online outlets and mainstream radio stations nationally and internationally and is rapidly gaining traction.
Ms. Wash says "Dream On" is indicative of the direction she chose to take with the entire album. "I am so proud of Something Good, because it really showcases my versatility," says the vocalist. "I'm giving you the dance flavor, but I'm also giving you pop, soul and a little Aerosmithall Martha-ized. It's been 20 years since people have heard new music from me, so I am trying to reach everyone with this one. I want them to see how I've grown musically."