hot streakHot Streak was a dance music, jazz disco fusion quartet from New Jersey that consisted of singer Derrick Dupree, lead guitarist Al Tanner, bassist Jacob Dixon and drummer Ricci Burgess.

The quartet originally started out performing gospel music and moved on to R&B music in 1982. Their original name was “A Different Flavour” and then it was changed to “Special Forces” (where the released a single called “Stroke It”). They worked with Curtis Hudson and his wife, Lisa Stevens where they renamed the quartet Hot Streak.
body workHot Streak was signed to Easy Records and in 1983, they released their only single “Body Work” which peaked at #6 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music\Club Play Singles chart and also managed to peak at #19 on the U.K. Singles chart. The song was featured on the soundtrack to the film “Breakin'”.

After that, it appeared as if Hot Streak disbanded. It’s unknown what the members of the quartet are up to these days.

To see a fan-made video for “Body Work,” go to: