Michael Watford

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Michael Watford
Born Virginia, United States
Genres Dance music
Occupation(s) Singer

Michael Watford is an African American dance music singer, who was born in Virginia and raised in New Jersey. He is best known for his gospel-influenced vocals on house records[1] through the 1990s and 2000s. Four of his singles charted on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in the mid-1990s, including "So Into You," which hit Number 1 in 1994.[2] The same track peaked at #53 on the UK Singles Chart.[3]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Michael Watford (1994, East West America/Atlantic Records)

Singles[edit]

  • "Holdin' On" (1991, Atlantic)
  • "Luv 4-2" (1993, EastWest Records America)
  • "Happy Man" (1994, EastWest)
  • "Love to the World" (1994, EastWest)
  • "So Into You" (1994, EastWest)
  • Love to the World"/"Michael's Prayer" (1994, EastWest)
  • "Come Together" - Michael Watford & Robert Owens (1995, Hard Times)
  • "Love Change Over" (1995, Hard Times)
  • "Say Something" (1996, Free Bass)
  • "Sunshine" - GTS feat. Michael Watford (1996, Artimage Vinyls)
  • "Return Your Love to Me" (1996, Music Station)
  • "Mighty Love" (1996, Music Station)
  • "You Got It" - Deep Bros. feat. Michael Watford (1997, Azuli Records)
  • "For Your Love" (1997, Free Bass)
  • "I'm Coming Home" - Vice Versa feat. Michael Watford (1997, Azuli)
  • "Heaven Is Calling You" (1997, Ulterior Records)
  • "As" (1998, Soundmen On Wax)
  • "For You" - Jamie Lewis feat. Michael Watford (1999, Purple Music)
  • "Reach On Up" (1999, Locked On)
  • "Understand Me" - I-D feat. Michael Watford(1999, Hole)
  • "Watcha Gonna Do" - Jon Cutler & Michael Watford (2005, MN2S)
  • "It's Over" - Jamie Lewis & Michael Watford (2006, Purple Music)
  • "One More Time" - John Made vs Michael Watford (2006, Dream Beat)

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Henderson, Alex. "Michael Watford - Michael Watford review". allmusic.com. Retrieved 12 January 2011. 
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Hot Dance/Disco: 1974-2003. Record Research. p. 276. 
  3. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 593. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
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