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Oliver Cheatham (born 1948, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.) is an American singer. He now resides in Surrey in England.
Cheatham had a few hits in the 1980s, and he returned to the charts in 2003, when he was featured in Room 5's UK #1 single, "Make Luv", which sampled his 1983 song "Get Down Saturday Night". Elements of the same song were also used in Michael Gray's 2004 hit, "The Weekend".
Cheatham's other U.S. charting singles included the Top 40 U.S. R&B hit "S.O.S," "Celebrate Our Love," and two duets with Jocelyn Brown: "Turn Out the Lights" and "Mindbuster." Other Cheatham singles were "Mama Said," "Put a Little Love in Your Heart," "Things to Make U Happy," and "Wish on a Star."
"Get Down Saturday Night" featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
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