Red Hot + Dance was a groundbreaking remix album focused on club kids who were affected by the AIDS crisis in the early 1990s. It included tracks by Madonna, Seal, EMF and three originals contributed by George Michael including the smash hit “Too Funky”. The album featured a cover by Keith Haring.
Dance was also a landmark TV program, directed by Mark Pellington seen on MTV in the U.S. and around the world. The show featured interviews with young people affected by the AIDS crisis as well as medical professionals and well known musical performers.