She represents one of the greatest disco divas.
Her first disco style release was the fabulous "Love Hangover". It
takes about a minute to break, but when it does - you won't believe it. Thumping
disco bassline and fabulous vocals beats the Bee Gees any time. Then, try
"Lovin', livin' and givin'" - it's a great little bit of disco music,
and it appears in the film "Thank God it's Friday". Soon, Nile Rodgers
and Bernard Edwards (of Chic) began writing for Diana.
The disco hits keep coming - try "Upside down", "Give up" or
"I'm coming out".