Nadine Renee Shamir (February 9, 1972 – December 2, 2004) was an American singer and dance musician. In 1995 her single "Say You'll Stay" was popular in the Miami and Los Angeles radio circuits. In 1996, Shamir worked with Miami DJ George Acosta under the moniker Planet Soul. Their single, "Set U Free" went to #26 on Billboard's top 40 chart, crossed over to the R&B charts, and went on to become an international hit.
Shamir was born in New York City. As an infant moved with her mother to Miami, Florida. Shamir traveled the world during her formative years and gained a deep passion for music. At 16, she released her first album on an independent label (she recorded under the name Nadine Renee).
In 1988, Shamir released her debut album Say You'll Stay under the stage name Nadine Renee. After high school, she released a second album called Let's Make Love.
She toured Europe and in the late 1990s recorded an album for MCA, where she worked as a receptionist, which was shelved. The next album Nadine was released by MCA in 1999. The album's first single was "Next To Me". The album was reworked and released on Orchard in 2000 under the title Oasis of Love. She continued painting, writing screenplays, and making music, but began to focus on her personal life.
From the year 2000 on, she released her music on MP3.com (which was the most successful legal music platform at the time) and scored several No 1 hits.
In 2002, she worked with Bad Boy Bill on the track 'Costa Del Sol". The track was remixed by multiple artists and became an international hit.
Early 2021 Pavone Records & UMG Geffen Records Gave The Green Light to Re-release All Nadine Renee's Record's-song's To Streaming Services After 19 years.
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