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Aly-Us is a house-music band from early 1990s New Jersey. Originally a trio composed of vocalist "Supa" aka Eddie L. Lewis, DJ Kyle "Small" Smith and vocalist William Brian Jennings, the band's biggest hit was "Follow Me" released on the famous Strictly Rhythm house music label.[1]

Lewis, a native of Elizabeth, New Jersey who grew up in Linden, New Jersey and Rahway, New Jersey, continues to perform as Aly-Us.[2][3]

"Follow Me"

"Follow Me"
Single by Aly-Us
GenreDeep house; garage house; Jersey club
  • 6:15 (Club Mix)
LabelStrictly Rhythm
W.B. Jennings, E.L. Lewis, K. Smith
DJ Pierre, George Morel
Music videos
"Follow Me" on YouTube

The deep house track, which was released in 1992, was produced and mixed by Kyle Smith, and executive produced by DJ Pierre and George Morel.

Remixes and Features

In 2002, a remix to Follow Me peaked at #8 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart.[4]

In 2012, the English electronic band Hot Chip named the song one of its essential summer cookout songs.[5][6]

In 2016, the track was included on NPR's playlist commemorating the Pulse nightclub terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida. Moby included the track on an accompanying double-CD to his recent memoir.[7]

Parisian-born DJ and producer Erik Hagleton remixed the song in 2017.[8][9][10][11]

See also


  1. ^ Hernandez, Jorge (July 27, 2017). "Review".
  2. ^ Aly Us - Follow Me (Video)
  3. ^ "Supa".
  4. ^ "Aly-Us".
  5. ^ What to Stream Now. "Summer Playlists From Brian Wilson and Questlove". Vulture. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Follow me" live performance video:
  7. ^ "Aly-Us "Follow Me" - Insomniac".
  8. ^ "Aly-Us - Follow Me (Erik Hagleton Rework)".
  9. ^ The 10 best house tracks that you must play in your house
  10. ^ "Buy Follow Me (Erik Hagleton Rework) by Aly Us on MP3, WAV, FLAC, AIFF & ALAC at Juno Download".
  11. ^ "Chart archives" (PDF).

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