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|Wash performing at Sommarkrysset, Gröna Lund, 2008.|
|Birthday/Birthplace||(1953-12-23) December 23, 1953
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Genre(s)||Disco, R&B, house, soul, pop|
|Profession(s)||Singer-songwriter, record producer|
|Record Labels||Purple Rose, RCA|
|Worked with||The Weather Girls, C+C Music Factory, Black Box, Sylvester, Luther Vandross, Tony Moran, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, RuPaul, Showtek, Eva Shaw|
Martha Wash Short Bio
Martha Wash (December 28, 1953) is an American singer who has been nominated twice for the Grammy. His genres are soul, R & B, pop, house and disco. She is known for her dramatic, distinctive and powerful soprano voice.
Wash achieved worldwide fame, being part of the female duo Two Tons O Fun who sang to the backing of singer Sylvester. After winning their own recording contract, they released three commercially successful songs that were ranked # 2 on the dance charts. The duo was renamed The Weather Girls in 1982, when they released the biggest hit of their entire career “It’s Raining Men”, which led the duo to mainstream pop attention. After the separation of the girls, Wash was the most successful of the two, as she was invited to several songs that were internationally successful.
With six songs that reached number one on the US Billboard charts and four others that reached number two. His most recent success is “I’m Not Coming Down”.
Wash, also collaborated singing the hit “Gonna Make Your Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)” together with the C + C Music Factory project.
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