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Andrew: It was, it was. He released an album and re named himself the minister of the super new heavy funk and we updated that and named ourselves the brand new heavy funk, but took the funk off. Simon: We produced a whole hip-hop album called The Heavy Rhyme Experience, we collaborated with about 10 different people on that. We also got ourselves on Yo! MTV Raps in and it was the only major television hip-hop outlet at the time, which was really cool. Simon: Well we still see a lot of young people at our gigs, and luckily some radio stations are still playing funk and jazz music, like Earth Wind And Fire, and other bands less well known, the music that makes you feel good. For example, when Nile Rodgers created sheet, New York was a hell pit man.
Sulene Fleming born 25 January is a British singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist for the band the Brand New Heavies from Fleming started singing at an early age, discovering diverse music styles soul, funk and disco in her mother's record collection. From age 15, she started performing with several local bands in Bradford, singing lead and background vocals. She worked as a session singer when she was just eighteen years old, she started demoing songs for EMI, Peer and Sony Music for their songwriters and producers. Fleming worked with Stargate Productions in She sessioned with this production team for two years, recording in Trondheim , Norway. She toured live on and off with The New Master Sounds for a couple of years and they released one more record together Get Back before they then became an instrumental outfit. Fleming toured with various bands over the course of three years and started to write songs for music production companies such as Audio Network. The band split up in and Fleming went back to the pop circuit touring with pop bands.