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From the 1982 Straight From The Heart

Rushen was born in Los Angeles, California on September 30, 1954, the eldest of two daughters born to her father and the former Ruth Harris. She demonstrated her musical potential at a young age; she was regarded as a child prodigy. In her teens, she won the prestigious 1972 Monterey Jazz Festival. She earned her degree in music from the University of Southern California. As a mature woman, she became a jazz master and top musical director.

Due to her musical talents, Rushen has made many ground-breaking achievements. She became the first woman to serve as head composer/musical director for the Grammy Awards and the Emmy Awards, the first woman to serve as musical director for the NAACP Image Awards broadcast, an honor she held for twelve consecutive years. Rushen has been the only woman to be a musical director/composer for the People's Choice Awards, HBO's Comic Relief and the only woman musical director/conductor/arranger for a late-night television talk show, The Midnight Hour which aired on CBS.

In addition, Rushen was named musical director/composer for Newsweek's first American Achievement Awards, broadcast on CBS from the Kennedy Center and she served as the musical director for Janet Jackson's World Tour, "janet."

In 2008, Rushen accepted a professorship at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, in Boston. The course is Patrice Rushen: The Value of Music Education.

She also continues to play keyboard and has played in the tour bands of Lee Ritenour and Wayne Shorter in recent years.

[edit] Solo career

Rushen has also achieved great success as a singer. A classically trained pianist, Rushen has spent great deal of time channeling her skills towards making great music. Winning a competition at the 1972 Monterey Jazz Festival put Patrice into the spotlight. The attention garnered from this earned her a contract with Prestige Records in 1973.

After recording three albums and becoming an in-demand session player, including with artists such as Jean-Luc Ponty, Rushen signed with Elektra Records in 1978. Forging an engaging jazz/R&B/funk fusion, this fresh mixture of styles gave her great success with a string of Top Ten R&B hits, including "Haven't You Heard," "Forget Me Nots," "Feels So Real," "Watch Out," "You Remind Me," and "Never Gonna Give You Up" from her first five albums (Patrice, Pizzazz, Posh, Straight From the Heart, and Now). Rushen also performed her single I Need Your Love on the hit show Soul Train in 1981. She also penned the opening theme for The Steve Harvey Show. Her mentor and friend is Quincy Jones. Rushen also plays multiple instruments including flute, piano, percussion, and clarinet.

ASCAP Songwriter's Award, 1988; USC Black Student Assembly, Legacy of Excellence Award, 1992; Crystal Award, American Women in Film, 1994; AS CAP Award, Most Performed Song in Motion Pictures for 1997 for "Men in Black," 1998.

Comentarios

3 years ago

Alyssa Sheffield

Actually will smith took the beat to this song . This song came out way before "men in black". Great song 

3 years ago

ronald antoine

SOUNDS REAL FAMILIAR TODAY DON'T IT!! Hhmmm......

3 years ago

Joina Shawaze

YAY!

3 years ago

Eric Graham

Will Smith's was a copy

3 years ago

Yvonne White

Great music good memories

3 years ago

George Gray

TBT VI

3 years ago

pkay dennis

will smith rips off again. i am beginning to feel he was a hit because of nostalgia

3 years ago

Mounia sali

Regardez cette vidéo sur YouTube :

3 years ago

Jackie Navarro

Eres de lo mejor !!

3 years ago

marian cooper

y favorite

3 years ago

Gio _one

I want you to rememba....

3 years ago

OFFROADcrashes

Fuckin will smith LoL

3 years ago

lady soul

wow ! i really like this song remind me good time!real old school ! come from japan yoo!

3 years ago

Iconhulk

#Classic80sJam

3 years ago

Johnnie Campbell

What's so good is that this was a time when black music was actually decent and listenable. I grew up during the late 70s and early 80s when this kind of music was popular, miss that time so much. Thanks for the upload.

3 years ago

Markus Knauff

Intelligence saz, the 'men in black' - copy is likely to become the national anthem of the Islamic state.

3 years ago

Lucarelli Genesis

HERE COME THE MEN IN BLACK!!!

3 years ago

Leah ainttellingu

walking to the beat of the song. yeshhh. B) #80sMusic

3 years ago

Katy Battell

can't control my feet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3 years ago

Pietro Fari

"Men in Black" features a sample of, and a re-sung chorus from, "Forget Me Nots" by Patrice Rushen. In a twist, the line "I want you to remember" is changed to "They won't let you remember", in reference to memory-erasing devices used in the Men in Black movie. [Wikipedia]

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