Ya Kid K Yalaya Yama Yamada Yanaya Yanick Yankee Yankov Svetoslav Yannah Yanou Yasemin Yashmak Yavuz Eliz YBZ Yena Yes No Yes Yo C Dee Yohanna Yoko Yoko Dance Yoly Yoomiii Young Blood Young Internationals Youngfire Younguns Yumm Yumm Yummie Yvonne F
One World Nation (5th Oct 1992)
1.Move This, 2.One World Nation, 3.That Man, 4.Jump It Out, 5.You Told Me Sex, 6.Come Back Home, 7.Let This Housebeat Drop, 8.Life, 9.Break It Down, 10.Risky Business, 11.Melt In My Arms, 12.Question Of Why, 13.Let This Housebeat Drop (French Version), 14.Come Back Home (French Version),
Stalled Constructions (9th Dec 2014)
1.Eyes on the Prize (feat. Kg), 2.I Got Me the Real, 3.La Vie, ... Elle, 4.I'm Sick of You, 5.Get over You, 6.Back 2 Broke, 7.Take Me Back, 8.Do U in (feat. B Smooz), 9.Implement Our Instruments, 10.Rip It Up,
Awesome (You Are My Hero) (26th Mar 1991)
Let This Housebeat Drop (1992)
That Man (1993)
Rock My World (21st Sep 1998)
Take A Trip (2002)
Do U C Me Standing (26th Aug 2011)
Tell Me (26th Aug 2011)
Can't Suffer Love (8th Jun 2014)
Auto-Erotic (4th Dec 2014)
Perhaps It Wasn't Love (8th Dec 2014)
Keep Your Hands (9th Aug 2016)
(Manuela Barbara Kamosi Moasco Djogi)
Manuela was born January 26th 1973 in Zaire. Yǎ is a Lingala diminutive word meaning "older sibling", so Ya Kid Kamosi simply means "the older Kamosi child".
She had moved to Belgium when she was 11 years old, then Chicago, Illinois, USA, where she was introduced to rap and deep house music. Her sister, Karoline 'Leki' Kamosi, is an R&B singer. On her return to Belgium she became member of the rap group Fresh Beat Productions then teamed up with Jo Bogaert. She became the female rapper of his group Technotronic and can be heard on many of their greatest hits. She contributed to the first hit Pump Up The Jam (though her contribution was uncredited). She then appeared alongside professional and personal partner MC Eric on the breakthrough hit, This Beat Is Technotronic, which is considered by many to be the first hip house record. They teamed up again with Technotronic for Get Up! (Before The Night Is Over), which was another major international hit.
Afterwards Manuela was featured by the project Hi Tek in 1990 for the single Spin That Wheel. She also released some singles solo such as the track Awesome (for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II soundtrack) under SBK Records, and one album entitled One World Nation. The birth of a child then interrupted her plans. Her projected solo career seems to have petered out since that time.
Ya Kid K's Come Back Home was used as the music on the credit trailer of the film The Night We Never Met (1993, Matthew Broderick).
She came back with Technotronic for the release of the album Recall in 1995, with Black Diamond and Daisy Dee . Her voice appeared on the singles Move It To The Rhythm and Recall.
In 1996 Ya Kid K took part to several tracks on the solo album Robi Rob's Clubworld that Robert Clivilles' (one of the C of C+C Music Factory) released. Among them : Shake That Body and Make That Money.
1997 : Ya Kid K provided vocals for the 2 Skinnee J's cover of Pump Up the Jam entitled, BBQ. She sang "Pump up the gas grill," as the chorus.
In 2001, she released a track called Take A Trip (Semini Records). She also did a guest rap on Life Transmission, the 2001 album from Belgian avant-rockers DAAU.
In October 2005, Ya Kid K made a guest appearance on Public Warning the debut album of Lady Sovereign. Ya Kid K appears on the track Those Were the Days and can be clearly heard growling at the opening of the song.
2002, she released single Take A Trip on Semini Records.
2009 : Syndicate of Law featured Ya Kid K on their new single Citizen Of The Planet
2011 : she released in August a new solo digital single entitled Do U C Me Standing. She was also featured on Baronic Arts, Comes Love.
Thanks to Nico
Thanks to Frederick & Jeannette Hawkins
Artists and groups featuring Ya Kid K
DAAU - Life Transmission (2001)
Dubvictor - Think Is Right (2013)
Hi Tek 3 - Spin That Wheel (1990)
Matt Tolfrey - Turn You Out (2012)
Maviic - Moja Mbili Tatu (2014)
Robert Clivilles - Make That Money (1996), Shake That Body (1996)
Syndicate Of L.A.W. - Citizen Of The Planet (2008), Ouh Ouh (2010)
Technotronic - Get Up (Before The Night Is Over) (1990), Hey Yoh, Here We Go (1993), Move This (1990), One + One (1994), Pump Up The Jam (album) (1989), Pump Up The Jam (1989), Recall (album) (1995), Recall (1995), Rocking Over The Beat (1991), The Mariachi (2000)
Love was composed by Alessandro Zullo and Riccardo Sada, arranged and mixed by Marco Brugognone and Riccardo Stecca. Label : Kiwi Records.
Do It Do It (1993)
Straight Down On The Floor (1993)
Keep On Movin' (1995)
The project features the voice of Jordan D, with keyboards by M. de Togni. Shout was a cover of the famous Tears For Fears hit. Label : Volumex records. It was licensed under Airplay records in France.
3 other singles were released under Italian Style Records. They involved Alessandro Gilardi, DJ Silvio Perrone, Federico Di Bonaventura, Roberto Signorelli and Walter Cremonini. Straight Down On The Floor sampled BG The Prince of Rap's The Power Of Rhythm. Maybe it's the same project, maybe not.
Thanks to Marcelo Sander
Yuwaja (cover of a song originally released by another eurodance project, Gate To Africa), was produced by Frank Andiver and Jean-Luc Dorn (aka DJL). Label: Got It
Because The Night ()
Yanaya features a solo female vocalist. Because The Night had already been covered by Co-Ro feat Taleesa some years ago.
Thanks to Ninja
Do You Really Want Me Back? (1994)
Do You Really Want Me Back? (1995)
Spanish eurodance Yanick was arranged and produced by Antonio Serrano Ortuño, Athor and Luisen Fernández. Do You Really Want Me Back? was recorded, mixed and produced at Tower Track & Curtis Studios. Label: Dance Department
Thanks to Ulysses
This cover of The Cranberries' classic featured a solo female vocalist called Roby. Track 4 which was by D. Milano and P. Cerin. It was produced by Mr. Pozzo, D. Milano, P. Cerin & D. Borin, and recorded at J.J. Adams Studio. Vocals were done by Roby.
Thanks to reBeL
Bulgarian rapper Svetoslav Yankov is member of eurodance projects Pulse Of The Beat and X-Tension.
Artists and groups featuring Yankov (Svetoslav)
Lazybox - Ever More (2014)
Pulse Of The Beat - Move It All (2013), Try My Kisses (2014)
X-Tension - It's Christmas 2013 (2013), Stay The Night (2015)
How To Love Your Love (1995)
How To Love Your Love was written and produced by Claudio Collino and Mauro Coslovich. It featured a solo female vocalist. Label : New Music records
On And On (2002)
King of My Castle (16th Oct 2006)
Sun Is Shining (2007)
A Girl Like You (3rd Dec 2007)
Children Of The Sun (21st May 2008)
Brighter Day (2009)
Bring On The Sun (28th Feb 2014)
Yann Peifer was born in Weiler (Germany) on March 6th, 1974. He grew up sharing his interest in music with neighbourhood friends. As a teen, he improved his piano and guitar skills. In the early nineties he studied classical music in Koblenz and became part of a wedding-singer band. "The early days were tough but invaluable," Yanou remembers, “for many years we did all kinds of gigs all over Germany.“ The money he earned enabled him to buy - step by step - all the necessary equipment for the studio where he spent all his free time honing his producer skills. During the late nineties, Yanou started his professional career and made a name as a popular remixer for a vast number of acts and tracks in the international dance and hands-up scene. He did his first steps into the world of music by producing and writing a couple of tracks for the formation Beam & Yanou.
In 2001 he scored a huge hit with DJ Sammy and their single Heaven with vocalist Do.
2003 : he released a single featuring Do entitled On & On.
In 2004, Manian and him founded the project Cascada around vocalist Natalie Horler (a childhood acquaintance of Manian).
In October 2005, Yann and Manuel founded their own label, Zooland Records, which by now also encompasses two sublabels, ZooGroove for House/Electro releases and ZooDigital for digital-only releases, with All Around The World at Blackburn/UK being their most important international partner.
2006 : he featured vocalist Liz Kay on his single King of My Castle (a cover of Wamdue Project's hit).
In 2007 they created the RIO project along with rapper Neal Antone Dyer. In 2007 they were honoured by winning the World Music Award in Monte Carlo for Cascada being the best selling German artist. He released the solo singles A Girl Like You (with Mark Daviz) and Sun Is Shining.
2008 : he released a single entitled Children Of The Sun.
2009 : he released Brighter Day featuring Anita Davis.
Artists and groups featuring Yanou
Cascada - A Neverending Dream (2006), Au Revoir (2011), Bad Boy (2004), Dangerous (2009), Evacuate The Dancefloor (2009), Everytime We Touch (2005), How Do You Do (2005), Miracle (2004), Night Nurse (2010), Perfect Day (2009), Pyromania (2010), Ready For Love (2006), San Francisco (2011), Summer Of Love (2012), Truly Madly Deeply (2006), What Do You Want From Me (2008), What Hurts The Most (2007)
DJ Sammy - Heaven (2001)
Manian - Welcome To The Club (2009)
Mark Daviz - A Girl Like You (2007)
Yanou - Brighter Day (2009)
Rainbows In The Sky (2nd Oct 1996)
Free Girl (20th Jul 1998)
Don't Go Breaking My Heart (22nd Apr 1999)
Yasemin started her carreer as female vocalist for the project Das Modul (produced by Felix J Gauder and Olaf Roberto Bossi), with Dierk Schmidt as partner. She gave her voice for the 4 first singles (Computerliebe, Klein Maus, 1100101 and Frühlingsgefühle) and the album Musik Mit Herz. Afterwards she was replaced by Denise Hameley, while Yasemin intended to begin a model carreer.
Actually she came back soon to music : she started a solo carreer and released 2 singles : Rainbows In The Sky was released in 1996 in Germany under ZYX. It was produced by Chris Flanger, arranged by Coach Cool. Then came Free Girl, co-produced by Chris Flanger and John O'Flynn .
In 2001 she signed as E-Rotic's new female vocalist. She could be seen on a few live gigs of the project, then she left the project in April 2002.
In The Name Of Love ()
Yashmak is a Polish studio project which recorded a cover of Infinity's single In The Name Of Love. The song appeared on compilation DJ's Killer Vol. 2.
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida
Eliz was born in Istanbul, and moved to Berlin with her parents as she was still a baby. After her abitur, she studied dance, singing and theater, and did some modelling. She used to take part to the Maxx project under the name Alice Montana, appearing in the clip of Get-A-Way lipsyncing over Samira's voice. She then became the voice and frontlady of dream-house Zhi-Vago project.
She married O-jay (Real McCoy) in December 1995.
Artists and groups featuring Yavuz (Eliz)
Zhi-Vago - Dreamer (1996), With Or Without You (1996)
It Takes 2 ()
You're So Good ()
Sexxy Groove (My Body Wants Your Body) (1994)
Pipe Dreamz (1995)
Love Will (1996)
Now That I Found You (1998)
Love Is Calling (1998)
Can't Stop Thinkin About You (16th Aug 1999)
YBZ is the result of a fusion between The Yakoo Boyz and the singer/songwriter Cleo-Patra.
The first release from The Yakoo Boyz, Pipe Dreamz, entered at #5 on the singles chart in The Record in 1995. It went on to reach #16 in The Record's national chart for top selling Canadian singles from 1975-1995. For the singles which followed, the creative team of The Yakoo Boys, consisting of Brad Ferringo and John Grenn, used various female vocalists to record their songs. These songs went on to appear on numerous dance compilations with much success. Working towards a full-length album they decided to find a permanent vocalist to join the group. And so the search began As for Cleo-Patra, she was native of Windsor, Ontario. Her first job in the big city of Toronto back in 1994 was recording the soundtrack to a movie biography on Madonna's life. Since then, she had released 4 singles under the Hi-Bias label, with a video for her first single Keep On Spinnin' DJ. With her own studio to work in, Cleo-Patra expanded her own library of songs, all the while developing further her songwriting and programming skills. Continuously searching for new ventures, Cleo-Patra was eager to collaborate with someone new to expand her musical horizon.
In the summer of 1997, both The Yakoo Boys and Cleo-Patra were on the same bill for one of the biggest concerts of the summer, bringing together some of the best dance artists from all over the world at the Molson Amphitheater for one massive eight hour show. After they met and had a chance to get to know a little more about each other's careers, they soon realized that they had similar tastes in music and similar goals for their own careers. Their collaborating began. With each of the member's individual strengths, talents and experience, they combined for form a strong unit known as YBZ. The first release from this new venture was the single Now That I Found You, followed by Love Is Calling, with a full-length album currently in the works.
YBZ at Hi-Bias Records
Thanks to Eurodanceboy
Feel The Beat Of Love (18th Jan 1995)
This single was released under Dig It International.
Spin Me Around (1994)
Keep Together (1994)
Yes No Yes is a project produced by Pieradis Rossini. Their 2 singles were released under Atomic Energy Records.
Make Your Body Move (1993)
No Money (1994)
Yo C. Dee are performers Jolanda Klaver, Axel De Graaf, Natasja Lammers and producer Ken Treveris. Raps on Make Your Body Move were done by Pete D. Moore. It was written and produced by Fred, Willem and Yo (Jolanda ?) Label : S&Y Records
The follow-up single was entitled No Money. Composed by Ken Treveris, Richard Royal and C. Corcontento, it was produced by Ken Treveris and Richard Royal, arranged and remixed by Timitico.
Thanks to Gianni
Only For Me (1997)
Only For Me was written by Yolanda Del Campo. Label : Contraseña Records
Thanks to Gianni
Label : Koch International.
This Austrian project featured a female and male vocalists and a male rapper. The single contained 4 versions : Radio Edit, Tokyo-Downtown-Butterfly-Mix, Geisha-In-Trance-Dub and Rising-Sun-Instrumental.
Antoher single was released under the name Yoko Dance Hashima. maybe it's the same team, maybe not...
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Label : BMG Ariola. Hashima contained some of the samples that were previously used in Japanese Dance's self-titled single
Thanks to reBeL and Vision.
To France (1995)
Say Me (1995)
Yoly's real name is Yolanda Del Campo. She comes from Valencia. Label: Contraseña Records. To France was released in 1995. It was produced by DJ Gerardo Fortuny and Jose Vicente Rios. Say Me was released the same year under alias Yolay. It was produced by Sebastian Rios
Thanks to Gianni
Here We Are (2006)
1.Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, 2.A Kiss Is All I Miss, 3.For Your Love, 4.Partygirl, 5.You Are My Sunshine, 6.School's Out For Summer, 7.Run Into The Sun, 8.Here We Are, 9.Take Me High, 10.Teenage Love, 11.Saturday Night, 12.When The Rain Begins To Fall, 13.Videoclip Gimme, Gimme, Gimme,
Let The Music Play (2007)
1.Rhythm Of Love, 2.Superstar, 3.Fly Me To Heaven, 4.Show Me Love, 5.Love Of My Life, 6.I Can't Get Enough, 7.Who's Loving Who, 8.Let Me Be Your Cowgirl, 9.Let The Music Play, 10.Around The World, 11.Just A Lovesong, 12.Kiss Me, 13.You're My First Love,
Gimme, Gimme, Gimme (2006)
A Kiss Is All I Miss (2006)
Rhythm Of Love (2007)
Following success with the real-TV soap Das Star-Tagebuch with the German pop/bubblegum band Banaroo, Super RTL decided to start a second show in year 2006. Yoomiii was composed of 3 girls : Kristin Siegel, Nina Alexandra Filipp and Bouchra Nisha Tjon Pon Fong. to the beginning of the year 2006 for the documentary soap Yoomiii: Das Star-Tagebuch, everyday between April and July on Super RTL.
Step It Up (21st Jun 1995)
The single was released under One Way records (S.A.I.F.A.M.) in Italy and ZYX in Germany.
Time Flies (1994)
Hey Everybody (1994)
This German project featured a female vocalist Lora and a male rapper called Toni. The vinyl contained 3 versions: Club Mix, Extended Mix and Radio Mix. Label : Blow Up Records/Intercord. It was composed by Tony Dawson-Harrison (Captain Hollywood) and Rico Sparx. Lyrics were written by and written by Tony Dawson-Harrison, Alex Belcher and Pe Tonci.
In the same year was released Hey Everybody.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Burning Thru (Aug 2006)
1.Here We Go Again, 2.Street Of Dreams, 3.Just Like Fire, 4.The Power Of Love, 5.For So Long, 6.I'll Never Love Again, 7.What's On Your Mind?, 8.One day, Someday, 9.Let Me Be The One, 10.I'll Never Be The Man I Use To Be, 11.My Love, My Joy, My Everything, 12.I'll Always Remember You, 13.Ja Nao Posso Mais, 14.Here We Go Again (Old School Remix),
Back 2 Back (19th Dec 2007)
1.Hello, 2.It's Love, 3.Stay Away From Me, 4.I'll Be Your Man, 5.A Fool In Love, 6.I'm For Real, 7.7 Days, 7 Nights, 8.O Teu Amante Amigo, 9.This Time, 10.Goodbye,
Euro-Fire (Jan 2009)
1.Losing My Way, 2.I'll Be Back On My Feet Again, 3.Ojos Del Amor (Eyes of Love), 4.Lady Blue, 5.Angelo Mio (My Angel), 6.Thinking By, 7.A Shattered Heart, 8.Dites-moi Pourquoi (Tell Me Why), 9.Lonely, 10.Fala Comigo (Talk to Me), 11.The Power of Love (Radio Mix),
Here We Go Again (2006)
Hello (10th Oct 2007)
This Time (2008)
The Power Of Love (Jul 2008)
Lonely (Dec 2008)
Ojos Del Amor (5th Sep 2009)
Losing My Way (29th Nov 2009)
Young Fire is a duo : Ricardo (vocals) and Evaldo (keyboards), based in Rhode Island. They write, arrange and perform their music and also produces present, upcoming artists, and bands. Their first album Burning Thru was released in August 2006.
2007 : Youngfire are working on their next CD called Back 2 Back. Preceeded by the brilliant single Hello, it was in stores in December 2007.
2008 : the UK-based Boys Town Studio remixed Young Fire's The Power of Love, which was a track from the first album Burning Thru. The new single was released on July 3rd.
2009 : in September, the video for their new single Ojos del amor was released. In December, they released their new single, Losing my way.
Thanks to Evaldo himself
Don't Walk Away (1995)
Don't Walk Away was arranged by Paolo Daniele, composed and written by Stefano Daniele with Antonello Aprea, Andrea Prezioso and Eugenio Passalacqua. The executive producer was Claudio Donato Producer.
Thanks to EurodanceRage
Whole Lotta Fun ()
Happy Day (1st Aug 2007)
Super Duper Christmas (20th Nov 2008)
Yumm Yumm is the brainchild of songwriter/producer Nivek Tek. It is the zany duo of Sugar B. and Candy Wrapper. Yumm Yumm's unique sound combines the traditional Bubblegum sound of Dance acts like AQUA with the stronger Club feel of the popular Euro Trance movement. They recorded catchy Pop melodies such as Boom Boom Bang Bang and Ready Freddy, and nursery-rhyme like songs such as Happy Day.
Yumm Yumm describe themselves as a non-stop fun-filled journey into a virtual fantasy land set in a futuristic world of candy and based on simply having fun. Their cartoonish looks and wacky antics play host to a variety of different adventures and scenarios. One example is where our dynamic duo play super heroes to defend the magnificent cyber world in which they live, from the much-feared evil monster E-Villain, who threatens to become the dark ruler of cyberspace.
Yumm Yumm is an transcontinental collaborative effort between producers from
the United States and Europe. Their very talented production team consists of
Nivek Tek, Jeff Vincent, Donna Lori, Adam Edelmann, and Anna Clara. Their forthcoming
debut LP, Whole Lotta Fun, contains some splendid tracks written in various
styles and tempos, including a very crazy Christmas track. Yumm Yumm has already
generated a "whole lotta" attention in both the United States and
Europe. Their winning sound is truly the future of pop dance.
The members are Sugar B. (the vocalist), Candy Wrapper and E-Villain (Nivek Tek, the producer, composer, and songwriter).
Nivek has been involved in the music and Dance Music industry for many years
as a songwriter, vocalist and producer. He has worked in various fields of the
music industry such as; marketing, management, promotion and A&R. He has
also acted as owner and publisher of Unique Magazine, a grassroots magazine
covering the Club and Dance Music scenes. He now runs Dance Zone Productions
for which he showcases some hot new European talent. Nivek also started Ultimate
Vision Entertainment, where he acts as owner and artist manager to the hottest
band from outer space Moonlife. He currently is writing, remixing and producing
music in Sweden as well as the US, where he currently resides. He is one of
the writers/producers for DJ Tantrum and Yumm Yumm. With many ideas and marketing
concepts under his belt, Nivek plans to conquer the Dance Music world full force.
for "Happy Day" by Jeff Vincent and Donna Lori.
for "Boom Boom Bang Bang" and "Ready Freddy" by Adam Edelmann and Anna Clara.
Sweet & Sour (2000)
1.Poppa Joe, 2.Ay Ay Ay, 3.Bubblegum, 4.Easy Come - Easy Go, 5.It's So Yummie, 6.On The Radio, 7.7 Seas, 8.Bump, 9.Make My Day, 10.Story Goes On, 11.Hello, 12.Romeo And Juliet, 13.Bubblegum (Extended), 14.Bubblegum (Club Mix), 15.Bubblegum (Remix),
Poppa Joe (Apr 2000)
Get Out Of My Face (2001)
Swedish bubblegum group Yummie started in 1997 in Haninge (near Stockholm, Sweden) with 4 four members : Mr. Young (real name : Thomas Walther), Zed (Songwriter, singer and producer Teddy Gustafsson, known for contributing to band Spot the difference in 1982), Maestro X (songwriter, keyboardist and producer Göran Florén who used to be a member of band Avalon in 1989) and Miss Qute (female singer Petra Garnås). Before being called Yummie, they were known as Bubblegum. Members explained the choice of their stage names : "our real names are so boring and way too hard for people around the globe to pronounce, so we sat down and thought that we should have some alias. We became thinking of the last letters in the alphabet (X,Y,Z and for no reason the letter Q) Q went to be Qute (Cute), Z became Zed and X became Maestro X, Y became Mr Young". They did not expect that much success : "this "project intended to be a fun thing for us in the first place, we never have the intention to be a world wide big band"
Some of the members had already worked together, since Petra Garnås, Göran Florén, and Thomas Walther were members of project Unit C in 1995. Following a performance at a local television station, they met Teddy Gustavsson.
First single Bubblegum was released in 1999 under label Stockhouse. A video was shot for the single. Next year came Poppa Joe (a cover of The Sweet in euro-reggae style) and their only studio album Sweet & Sour which was released in several countries, including Japan, Estonia, Norway, Finland, Poland (with a different sleeve) and the group's native Sweden.
Later, Yummie became a trio when Thomas Walther left the group. Third (and last so far) single was Get out of my face and seems to have been released only as promo. Song was written some years before their album release, it was among the members' favourite Yummie songs. Chorus was updated for the release and sound was rougher and harder than before. They also welcomed a new producer and a new engineer.
A demo videoclip had also been shot back in 1997 for song Hello, directed by Teddy Gustafsson
Project was working on a second album called Bar B Q, which never came out. The group split in 2001.
2009 : Yummie members announced that they are returning for their 10-year anniversary. They promised to release new and unreleased songs, as well as new mixes of existing songs.
Thanks to Gianni
Italian vocalist Yvonne Fraschetti contributed to eurodance projects Double Dare and D. D. Why. She also appeared on Diana - All I Got.
Artists and groups featuring Yvonne F
DD Why - Take Me Over (1995)
Diana - All I Got (1995)
Double Dare - I Believe (1994)