She recorded two more albums for Atlantic Records: Anything Is Possible (1990) and Body Mind Soul (1993). Body Mind Soul spawned another minor hit in "Losin' Myself", which was accompanied by a somewhat controversial video clip, which Matthew Rolston directed, that featured Gibson as a stripper."Anything Is Possible", co-written with Motown mainstay Lamont Dozier, peaked at No. Subsequent singles from Anything Is Possible failed to chart on the Hot 100, although "One Step Ahead" scored on the Hot Maxi Singles and Hot Dance charts, peaking at No. The second single from the album, "Shock Your Mama", would become a minor hit in Europe and the UK; however, "Losin' Myself" remains Debbie Gibson's last appearance on the Billboard Hot 100.
The promotional pressing of "Only in My Dreams" landed the song within the Billboard Hot 100.
Atlantic Records signed Gibson to a recording contract and thus began the process of completing what would be the first record.
It claims to be the first camp of its kind in the Los Angeles area.
The camp was reportedly attended by "over 120 talented singers, actors and dancers" from around the world.
This time, "Dreams" found traction on Top 40 radio and reached a peak of No. Following the success of "Dreams", "Shake Your Love" was released as the follow-up single and reached the Billboard Top 5.
The "Shake Your Love" video was choreographed by Paula Abdul and was the 1st time MTV had visited Debbie on a video shoot.
Gibson spent much of 1986 and the beginning of 1987 building her songwriting catalog while continuing to play club dates.
Continuing her promotional tour, Gibson also continued attending classes at Calhoun High School in Merrick, New York, where she would later graduate as an honor student.
Gibson is the sole songwriter on all of her singles to reach the Top 20 of the Hot 100 charts. adult contemporary chart with "Say Goodbye", a duet with Jordan Knight and in 2017 achieved her highest-charting hit in more than 25 years in her duet with Sir Ivan, 'I Am Peaceman'.
Based solely on Gibson's original song, "Only in My Dreams", she was signed to a development deal and began a promotional tour of club venues throughout the United States.
During this time, Gibson was part of the supergroup that recorded the charity single "Voices That Care" which peaked at No. In 1995, she signed with EMI's SBK Records division and recorded what would be her only album for the label, Think With Your Heart.