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Often classified as a trite dance song, Madonna's "Borderline" delivered to us a pop superstar back in 1983, but that starpower eclipsed any chance of noticing a well-written piece of pop music.

Okay, someone took notice. Jody Watley knows her way around the dance floor, but the grammy winner demonstrates that she can slow a four-on-the-floor beat down as she covers "Borderline" for her upcoming project The Makeover. More torch than flaming, the "brought to a simmer" remake is familiar yet foreign all at once. And I love it. You'll have to wait 'till the 23rd to download the song over at iTunes, but in the meantime, check out Jody's MySpace to stream a sample.

Even better, catch Jody in concert: Cleveland, Ohio on May 12, Rochester, NY at the Lilac Festival on May 15th and at a Place Called Home benefit in Bevery Hills on May 19th.

Related:
Summer's off to a great start
Midnight Lounge interviews Jody Watley
Midnight Lounge reviews Midnight Lounge


1 Responses to “keep pushing my love”

  1. Anonymous PopMuse 

    PopMuse likey the Borderline Cover, what a pretty way to re-dub such an overheard song.

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