Debbie Jacobs

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Debbie Jacobs
Origin Baltimore, Maryland
United States
Genres Disco
Occupations Musician
Instruments Vocals
Labels MCA Records

Debbie Jacobs is a female Black American singer born in Baltimore, Maryland who had several Disco hits.[1] Her biggest chart hit was "High on Your Love," which climbed to #70 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1980. The song, along with "Hot Hot (Give It All You Got)" went to #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. Other '70s hits included, "Don't You Want My Love" and "Undercover Lover", which are her best-known hit singles. She enjoyed a second #1 dance hit in 2000 in a new version of her 70s club hit song "Don't You Want My Love" (as Debbie Jacobs-Rock), produced by Rosabel.

Undercover Lover album was released in 1979 (MCA Records).

Other famous disco/club-era tracks performed by Debbie Jacobs include "Doctor Music" and "Maybe This Time", the latter of which is now a rare record and has been known to fetch high asking prices.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Debbie Jacobs. disco-disco.com 2010. Retrieved 17 July 2011.

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