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Published on Aug 18, 2007
In 1988, Evelyn "Champagne" King scored her final career Top 10 R&B hit with "Hold On To What You've Got", from the Flirt LP. The song's tango-ish/house music/Disco sound was a bit new from everything else that played on Urban radio at the time, influencing more artists and producers (such as C&C Music Factory) to further experiment with the sound. Even Madonna's "Vogue" is fairly reminiscent of the tune's arrangement, as well as its video. This record no doubt displayed King's versitility in music. The song was also a Top 10 hit on the Dance Charts and received massive club play. Enjoy this classic record and video.