Mary Wilson 'Time to Move On' Remix by Dirty Pop: Exclusive Premiere

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Mary Wilson

Legendary diva Mary Wilson returns to the dance floors with this new Dirty Pop remix of "Time to Move On," premiering on Billboard right here:

The song, which was recorded in 2000 but is now being officially released for the first time, will be accompanied by a host of remixes. Other producers on board to support the track with new reworkings include Frankmusik and Mark Picchiotti & Craig J. The first batch of remixes will be commercially released on Oct. 5, while the original recording is available now through retailers.

Wilson, of course, was an original member of The Supremes, who earned 12 No. 1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart -- the record for the most No. 1s among American groups. After The Supremes disbanded in 1977, Wilson continued on as a solo artist. 

"We've worked with a lot of amazing artists over the years," DrewG of Dirty Pop tells Billboard, "but it's an especially supreme honor for Brian (Cua) and I to remix for the legendary Mary Wilson."





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