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First Look: Navy gives Island feel to Deniece Williams classic on "One Shot"

Variety. Diversity. Inclusion. Artistic expression. In an era of reckoning, those are lofty ideals that all should aspire to. But when the shallow and narrow-minded deem themselves as the only tastemakers that matter, those who don't 'fit' the 'standard' have to go with the flow or forge their own paths. Navy caught our interest by choosing the latter, and that truth is expressed in her latest single and musical mantra, "One Shot."
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Today in Music History (April 15): Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams team for a #1 smash

April 15, 1978 – Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams hit #1 with “Too Much, Too Little, Too Late”. By the time 1978 rolled around, Johnny Mathis had already been a superstar for more than two decades, and one of the biggest selling artists of the entire century. On the other hand, 27 year old Deniece Williams (16 years Mathis’s junior) was an up-and-coming singer who had broken out as a solo artist just three years earlier, but had quickly established herself as a uniquely gifted vocalist.
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