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Felly

Felly   (Netherlands)

EuroDance member
Added : 29/05/2005
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Party Time
91 1992

 

Felly singles

Party Time Party Time 1992  

 

 



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Felly biography

Felly Kilingi did some modelling before taking part to Technotronic. She appeared on their very first hit Pump Up The Jam and was credited for the vocals, which were actually done by Ya Kid K. Some rumors said that, at this time, she did not even spoke a word of English...

In 1992 she released a solo single entitled Party Time. The single was composed, written and performed by Mike Swin, Tony G Valley and Felly herself. It was produced by Michel Poels for TC Studios.

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Felly biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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