Who sings on ‘DR Dance Project’s single “Can You Whine” ??

Prince Ama born in Trenchtown Ivory Coast is a man of the world, he was educated in music at the Norwegian school of Theater, Music and Dance known as EDEC. At a young age he became fluent in the arts of performance and began winning local competitions. Adding a remarkable twist to his musical experience with the National Musical Ballet of the Ivory Coast. He performed in France, Japan, Belgium, London, Norway, Germany, and Canada before arriving in the United States of America, where he toured the East and West coasts and opened for acts such as Sean Paul, Jaheim and Jimmy Buffet, just to mention a few.
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Prince Ama; met Skip Martin for the first time when Prince Ama was performing at the Freaking Frog in Las Vegas. After the show Skip told Prince Ama that he had a project in mind for him. So they went into the and Skip presented the idea for ‘Doctor Dance’ to be about awareness for childhood obiesity and diabities. Prince loved the idea and after a short studio session they pulled together the song “Can You Whine” and recorded the video for the song. When talking about the veteran Grammy winning artist Prince stated “Skip Martin is a very good people so we just start talking and the rest is history – scene”
Antoine Lovon from Palmaraise Magazine once said “With his provocative dancehall music and unique blend of Afro-Reggae, Prince Ama brings his original flavor of music like never heard before. With his high energy and non-stop dancing, Prince Ama gets the crowd fired up and them takes the stage to deliver his greatest hits. It’s a performance like never seen before.”

Galaxxy Quuen; a singer born and raised in Las Vegas but lived in London, and L.A. Tells us she met Skip Martin thru a friend and they worked on a couple of previous projects. One day Skip was in the studio and asked GQ to come by and listen to the “can you whine” track. So she came through and listened to the track and pretty much free-styled her verse. The funniest part is Skip would ask ”what was that line you just said?” and GQ replied “I don’t know im free styling.”
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Galaxxy Quuen is currently working on several projects. “I’m a songwriter and singer so I enjoy writing for other mainstream artists and also tv shows. I have songs placed on shows dating back to The L Word on Showtime, Burn Notice on USA and now Kevin Harts Real Husbands of Hollywood. Ive also got the chance to work with Paul Mitchell and provide songs for their show The Gathering and charitable shows.”
Not only is Galaxxy Quuen featured on the “Dr Dance Project” but she is currently working in TV and artist development. And has an EP coming out called ‘Pop Ratchet’ with a team called ‘The Eurotrash Collective’.

Check out the music video for “Can you whine” on YouTube

About 208,000 Americans under age 20 are estimated to have diagnosed diabetes, approximately 0.25% of the population and a staggering number, more than one-third of U.S. adults (34.9%) are obese! With obesity being the lead cause of death in the US, (as it’s tied to heart disease, cancer, diabetes and more) something must be done to raise awareness and fight against these numbers bringing Americans back to a healthier, fit lifestyle. This transition doesn’t have to be boring, in fact, “SKIP MARTIN presents DR. DANCE, The Dr. Dance Project” a musical crusade features SKIP MARTIN, Grammy Award Winner and former lead singer of Kool & the Gang, the lead singer of the Dazz Band and Dr. Bruce Topper, a practicing radiologist who have all teamed up to create an alter ego, “Dr. Dance” that produces danceable music, to bring awareness to obesity and childhood diabetes through dancing.

The first single, “Can You Whine”, is an upbeat and fun reggae style song available now! The full CD entitled “SKIP MARTIN presents DR. DANCE, The Dr. Dance Project”, will be released in late September 2014.
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Follow Skip Martin’s Dr Dance Project on Facebook and Twitter!
https://www.facebook.com/thedrdanceproject
https://twitter.com/drdanceproject

To support the cause, please download, “Can You Whine”, available on iTunes, Amazon, and CD Baby.
PURCHASE THE SONG FROM ITUNES HERE> https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/can-you-whine-feat.-galaxxy/id869579392
OR PURCHASE FROM AMAZON HERE> http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JYREC6I/ref=cm_sw_su_dp
Thank you in advance for your support!

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20 thoughts on “Who sings on ‘DR Dance Project’s single “Can You Whine” ??

  1. I really love what you guys are doing to bring attention to childhood obesity. I have a younger brother who’s heavy and he’s quite lazy, maybe what you guys do can be of help to him.

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  2. That is really exciting to hear how you guys met up to form Doctor Dance. I respect what you guys are trying to do, because childhood obesity is a real problem, and it’s not just children, but adults as well. I am thankful we have great people like you guys who are trying to get kids to get active. I respect you guys big time!

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  3. The sad thing, is that there is so many children being diagnosed with diabetes because of their obesity. I was a chubby child myself, but I was always out and about running outside playing tag or even playing baseball during my middle school years. Child obesity is a real thing that needs fixing soon. Dr. Dance could very well be the first step into getting kids off their butts and on the dance floor to getting active and healthy.

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  4. I am very thankful for what you all are doing. My son who’s a bit overweight saw your music video and fell in love with it. His birthday is coming and I was wondering if you guys plan on releasing a full length album? If so I’ll get it for my son.

    Anyways, I want to say thank you all for what you’re doing. It’s great seeing some people care about fighting this problem.

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  5. You guys rock! The fact of the matter is this, this world has a problem with obesity, which is only bigger in the US. But, it helps when we have some people out there who’re doing music to help people get up and dance. I’m an adult and I even found the music entertaining and fun. I hope kids who’re overweight or obese listen to this music and actually get up and move with the rhythm.

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  6. I must say, this is a great thing you all are doing. I respect every one of you even more than I already did. I have family members who’re suffering from weight problems, and even they could benefit by just dancing. Thanks! I will show them this and hopefully they will give it a try.

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  7. It’s very cool how this came to be. Sharing your story with us makes is really cool and I am thankful there are still good people like you all in this world. you’re fighting to save some lives and you’re making it fun for people in the process.

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  8. I just want to say congrats on the music video and congrats on showing children who suffer from weight problems that they can have fun and lose weight in the process. I wish I had that around when I was a chubby kid.

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  9. Can you Whine is such a good song and for a good cause too. We need more people like you guys who are out there trying to make a difference. There are others out there, but I think you’ve made or will make a bigger impact. The more music you make the more children you’ll get to save and help show them they can get up and dance the weight away.

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  10. I must admit, learning about you guys has been great. I like hearing about the true story of how people teamed up. I personally love what you are doing, to help save children from being so lazy these days. I was a lazy kid, but dance helped me get out from behind the video games and out into the world.

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  11. Can You Wine is such a catchy song too, it makes me want to get up and dance sometimes. I love what you guys are trying to do and I respect you’s so much for doing it. We need more people like you’s to help show that obesity is a huge problem and we can use as much help as we can get.

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  12. It’s really cool seeing the history and making behind the song. You guys truly are doing something great to help those in need. I wish I had musical talent like this to make my own music to help with this. Anyways I’ll do my best to let people know about this song and help get kids back into moving around.

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  13. I really love what you guys have done to help bring more attention to childhood obesity, and by doing so, you should be able to get some kids to get into dancing. The song is very good and promising and I hope you guys make more music in the meantime.

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  14. The sad truth is that kids will have to deal with diabetes these days, many will at least. It’s sad, and I am thankful for people out there who’re trying to help curb the problem. You guys are great and I hope your music helps gets children to boogie on down. We need to get kids excited for working out more often, and this can be a fun way of doing so.

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  15. A fun way to lose weight, that’s for sure. I loved reading how you all met to come to this great cause. I normally wouldn’t have thought of dancing to help children who suffer from obesity and diabetes, but it is a way of working out and getting active, so it’s one of the best ways after all. I have family who’re suffering from obesity and just a little dancing could be beneficial to them.

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  16. This is quite cool. Losing weight isn’t easy and most of the time it is no fun, but when people make it fun, and exciting, it is totally worth trying. I’m an adult and I may buy this single just to get my move on. Thanks guys, and it’s cool to see how you all met and came to the same realization of helping those in need.

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  17. Hi guys, big fan of you all and what you’re doing. Learning how you came together for this cause is quite interesting and cool. I wish more people were like you all, teaming up to help fight a problem. Childhood obesity and diabetes is really bad these days and anything that can help take it down a bit is a good thing. Hoping to see this all work out and help save some children.

    Thanks!

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  18. You’ve all earned my respect, that’s for sure. I wish I knew a group of people to team up with and make awesome music. Anyways, keep fighting for the cause and hopefully we see a healthier world. Everything helps, that’s for sure and I can’t wait to hear your future music.

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  19. Can you Whine is a very catchy song, anyone who doesn’t dance to this hit is crazy in my book. I must say I love what you guys have done. The Dr. Dance project is a very appealing project that I hope helps kids become more active, because in this day and age, kids love to sit around playing video games or watching movies. Gone are the days where kids go out and play baseball or just go out and play anything. Hopefully this is the spark we need to get kids back into moving more.

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  20. I knew I heard this song some time ago and I wanted to thank the person who made it. My kids are into the music and have been dancing ever since I read about you’s. I want to buy the album and any future music you make because my kids are finally getting active again. I haven’t heard my son talk about video games in weeks and now he’s looking into making his own music when he gets older. I can’t wait to hear what you guys have planned next.

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