Janice Robinson is determined to share ‘positive vibes’ with a modern twist into an iconic tune

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Livin’ Joy star Janice Robinson has revamped her ’90s hit Dreamer and hopes a new generation “can stick with it” nearly 30 years after it first hit the charts

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Janice Robinson appeared in the 90s as part of Livin’ Joy

Janice Robinson is ready to return to the limelight as she re-releases her ’90s Dreamer banger.

Livin’ Joy’s iconic dance anthem is still being heard in nightclubs across the UK almost 30 years since it first dropped and now the 54-year-old has added a little more modern into the tune as she prepares to share her “positive vibes” with a new generation.

The singer – who still lives by the song’s motto of love life and laughter – hopes to entertain a whole new audience after teaming up with DJ Lodato to add a new dimension to the song. .

Speaking to The Mirror, she said: “It’s great to release it on a new generation and to see how they stick with it – it’s for new kids.”

Janice Robinson and DJ Lodato are re-releasing 90s Dreamer tunes

Janice, who now works as a teacher, also hopes the latest version of the hit can help other stars who have become “busy” with the industry to understand that the passage of time is only “part of the way”. of building your rug”.

The mother-of-two admits it’s easy for people to “go away and never come back”, but believes her latest comeback could show newer artists can last a long time in careers. yours even if you are not number one.

“Kids today want everything at once,” she admits. “I just show them to never give up.”

She stresses that you should “always be ready for life’s magical moments” and adds: “You have to appreciate them while they’re here and be fine when they’re gone and that’s what I’m learning to do.” enjoy your life.”

Janice also revealed that her career is now more special as she has important people closer to her who are inspired by her story and proud of her journey.

Janice took a break from her career to ensure that she was with her children during their childhood years and also to take care of her ailing parents, who were diagnosed with kidney failure and congestive heart failure.

Now, after the traumatic passing of her mom and dad and seeing her daughters enter their teens – Kura, 19, and Amaya, 13 – she’s ready to go back to her teenage years. month.

She admits her return gives her children as well as students at the school a “great feeling”.

“It gives a lot of people inspiration for themselves,” she proudly revealed.

Janice says she wants to show people ‘never give up’

She added: “When you have that organic gift of bringing joy to people, it doesn’t matter what year or era. I’ll be back in 2022. I wrote Dreamer in 1993.

“I love seeing people laugh. I love seeing people happy when they listen to my music.”

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