The U.S. remixing duo Rosabel comprised Chicago-based DJ/producer Ralphi Rosario and Miami-based DJ/producer Abel Aguilera. They debuted in the late '90s while working on records by Donna Summer and Gloria Estefan. In 2000, Rosabel teamed up to work on Debbie Jacobs' "Don't You Want My Love," and re-introduced Jennifer Holliday in the club/dance scene with a remix of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going." In 2001, their hit "The Power," performed by Jeamie Tracey and featured on the top-rated HBO series Sex and the City, anticipated the success of their following single "That Sound."
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