Vocalist Nicole Wray was once a protege of Missy Elliot, and as a solo artist, Wray had a hit single in 1998, “Make it Hot.” She’s also collaborated with the likes of the Black Keys, Cam’ron, Kid Cudi, and others. But lately, Wray has been gaining quite a bit of attention with her band Lady. Sonically, Lady meshes 60s soul, the big beats of hip-hop, and the slickly produced smoothness of modern R&B. 

October 18th will mark the release of their Good Lovin’ Remix EP through Truth and Soul Records, the label home of Lee Fields and the Expressions. The remix EP will include the DJ Spinna remix of their debut album track “Good Lovin’” – and in fact DJ Spinna’s remix brings the song closer to the house music of the 1980s. If I were a DJ, I’d play this track to get a party going.