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K-Mono

K-Mono   (Italy)

EuroDance group
Added : 21/01/2001
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Take My Body
94 1995

 

K-Mono singles

Take My Body Take My Body 1995  

 

 



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K-Mono biography

Label : DDM. The project featured a Italian female vocalist called Francesca Touré (who is NOT the model shown on the cover) and a New-yorker ragga-rapper called Rodney Harris. Francesca was born in Milano (Italy) on February 8th 1972, from an Italian mother and a Guinean father. She grew up in a musical family, and that's how she started playing the guitar at the early age of 8. After she ended school, she entered the Modern Music Academy of Milano to attend Marilyn Turner's singing class. In the early 90s she created her own band and toured in Italian clubs. She also worked as background singer and songwriter, and recorded commercials.

Rodney contributed to other Italian project, for instance he was featured on a few Alexia singles.

The single Take My Body was written by Zullo and del Barbara, produced by Riccardo Sada, published under Cussy Music Publishing & Edizioni Ishtar, licensed in France under Polygram/Panic Records. It reached the top 10 dance sales chart in France, Spain and was used as theme songs for few Brazilian television programs.

In 1995 Francesca gained national visibility thanks to a collaboration with former 883 member Mauro Repetto who wanted her for his new album. 1997 was her spending some time in NY and upon her return she wrote La Mia Anima, a song for Italian pop star Mietta published by WEA. She then started a collaboration with Delta V. She keeps on writing and singing for many projects and contributing to musical, nothing eurodance unfortunately.

In 1998, Rodney contributed to the Italian project Funky Connection (Funky Idea, Balla).

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K-Mono biography was last updated Sat, January 31st 2015


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