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Kim Locke has always has the hottest dance remixes and this is no exception! From this set, I found my self enjoying the ones by Almighty and Cole & Petrilla the most.

Kimberley is back :-)

What a great song! Kimberley is back with a hot hit!

Finally Free is right up there with 8th World Wonder. I just love this song. unfortunately I hate the video. It's too dark and such a polar oppisite of the message in the song.
It doesn't translate well in a video bar/nightclub when you are out to have a good time.

My favorite is the DJ JST mix. It sounds more like an original production than a remix (and that's a good thing). The Almighty mixes have been around for a while, so it is nice to hear some new remix versions. Oliver Watts does a great job with a very clean and not overly produced mix which allows Kimberley's vocals to just shine. In my opinion, the Yannis' mix is good, but it could have been better. It seems to be missing that something extra that makes you go "Wow'. Same with Smash Mode. They both seem to lack that driven energy thats needed for the dance floor. Cole & Patrilla did a great production, but not an "Anthem" as the title suggests. But I am still giving 5 stars because the song itself is worth it.


Born: January 3, 1978 in Hartsville, TN

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Kimberley Locke was born and raised in Tennessee. She grew up singing, both in church and for fun, and by high school was a member of her school's singing and performance group. Locke studied business at Nashville's Belmont University and sang in various local bands before friends and family encouraged her to try out for American Idol's 2003 season. She did well, and before long she was standing in the semifinalist's circle with Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard. Though she was cut before the finals,...
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Finally Free (Extended Remixes), Kimberley Locke
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  • $7.92
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Sep 11, 2012

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