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Jimmy “Bo” Horne (born Jimmie Horace Horne, Jr., September 28, 1949, West Palm Beach, Florida, United States) is an American musician, singer, and recording artist, best known for his 1975 hit “Gimme Some”.
Horne was an only child and both his parents were school teachers.

Horne’s 1975 song “Gimme Some” was a UK Top 20 hit for Brendon in 1977. Horne’s 1978 song “Let Me (Let Me Be Your Lover)”, was sampled by the Stereo MCs in their 1992 song, “Connected”. Horne’s song “Spank” was heavily sampled by DJ Falcon in Falcon’s song “first” For a year between 1997 and 1998, Horne’s 1977 song “Get Happy” was played in the background of The Chris Rock Show on HBO. It is also sampled in The Council’s “Prepare for the Shining”. His 1978 song “Dance Across the Floor” was sampled by Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera in their “Nasty” duet, which was released in May 2011.

He enjoyed some success in the 1970s, recording dance-oriented songs and novelty tracks for such labels as Alston and Sunshine Records. “Dance Across the Floor” was his lone R&B Top 10 hit single in 1978, and it was written and produced by Harry Wayne Casey, of KC and the Sunshine Band. The song also appeared in the hit Brazilian gangster movie City of God. It has been sampled by Da Lench Mob for their 1993 song “Freedom Got an AK”, as well as by DJ Cash Money & Marvelous in their 1988 song “The Mighty Hard Rocker”.

Horne’s other Top 20 R&B single was “You Get Me Hot” in 1979 for Sunshine Records, although the prior release, “Spank,” (sampled in 1998 for D’Menace’s “Deep Menace”, as well as Ultra Naté’s “Release The Pressure”) also received airplay in many clubs. “Spank” featured in the 1998 film 54.

Horne’s last single was the disco flavored “Is It In” in 1980, which was later featured on the fictional radio station, Paradise FM, on Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. It was also sampled by Jungle Brothers for the 1989 song “Beyond this World” as well as Kasino for their 1998 song “Nasty Girl”.

Horne has also been a guest on the Marilu Henner Show, along with Harry Wayne Casey.

“I Can’t Speak” – 1967-70
“Sweet Love Power” – 1967-70
“Street Corners” – 1967-70
“Down The Road Of Love” – 1967
“Clean Up Man” – 1972
“If You Want My Love” – 1972-74
“Two People In Love” – 1972-74
“Don’t Worry About It” – 1975
“Gimme Some (Part One)” – 1975 US R&B #47, US Disco #3, US Dance #8
“Hey There Jim” – 1976-77
“Get Happy” – 1977 US R&B #46, US Dance #19
“Dance Across the Floor” – 1978 US Hot 100 #38, US R&B #8
“Let Me (Let Me Be Your Lover)” – 1978 US R&B #60
“Spank” – 1979 US R&B #55, US Dance #48
“You Get Me Hot” – 1979 US R&B #18
“If We Were Still” – 1979
“Without You” – 1980 US R&B #78
“Is It In” – 1980 US R&B #77, US Dance #32
“You’re So Good to Me” – 1983
“Rocket in the Pocket” – 1984
“Let’s Do It” – 1985
“Show Me How Much” – 1987
“Spank ’87” – 1987
“Rhythm in My Heart” – 1989
“Get This Lovin'” – 1994-95




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