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Album: Spotlight (Mixes)

Artist: Jennifer Hudson

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 Arista Records LLC, a unit of SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Spotlight (Mixes) By Artist Jennifer Hudson

Title Artist Time
Spotlight Jennifer Hudson 9:30 USD 1.29
Spotlight Jennifer Hudson 7:11 USD 1.29
Spotlight Jennifer Hudson 7:56 USD 1.29
Spotlight Jennifer Hudson 6:58 USD 1.29
Spotlight Jennifer Hudson 8:49 USD 1.29

Reviews For Spotlight (Mixes) By Artist Jennifer Hudson

  • Jennifer Hudson - Spotlight (Mixes) [EP]

    By Stanislav Vysopal
    Very good American Disco. Support it!
  • Hudson Coolness!

    By Liveit101
    Cool............... I mean she is pretty good at remixing her popness but, it cool!!!!!!!!!
  • Bobby Bee on the Lady - Jennifer Hudson!

    By Bobby Bee
    Just missed her (last week @ Nokia w/ Robin Thicke! I'm gonna see her and soon! Catch her folks, she's the real deal!
  • Dance music is not lost afterall!

    By Johnny Mark
    I have to agree, both the Johnny Vicious and Quentin Harris mixes are great! I prefer the latter, because it reminds me of Tamia's "Stranger In My House", which is an awesome song to dance to. I can't wait to burn this and hit the open road!!
  • Loves It!

    By bktn
    Johnny Vicious Club Mix is the best!
  • Now we're talking!

    By brendastarr
    When I first heard Spotlight, I thought it was a good song that would be even better in dance mixes. These show that Spotlight should have been released in club mixes, not as a ballad. I'd buy the Johnny Vicious Club Mix first, and then the Moto Blanco Club Mix, but you'll want both.
  • Go 'head on Miss Jennifer!!!

    By DAHFitOne
    Alright for the hometown girl!! This is a beautiful song...very melodic. The remixes remind of the the great mixes of several years ago. This one is going to be BIG on the dance floor!
  • Thank You for the Dance Mixes

    By DanceMusicNow
    I was hoping Jennifer would have dance remixes of Spotlight. Both Johnny Vicious and Moto Blanco are perfect for the club. Mike Andrews Dante's Cove Remix 2008 I T U N E S
  • Brilliant Moto Blanco Mix!

    By Dancer9503
    Not much else to be said, Moto Blanco hit the nail on the head! Piano driven synths and powerhouse vocals by Academy Award Winner Jennifer Hudson, how much better does it get? The best dance track of 2008 and an ABSOLUTE MUST for any dance collection!

    By biggmomma

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