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Xeya

Xeya   (Italy)

EuroDance group
Added : 23/05/2004
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Say The Word
Erotic Play
Deputy Of Love
Take Me
Love 4 Anymore
Kiss Me
Sweet Fantasy
Fire Byrd
Call Me
86 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

 

Xeya singles

Say The Word Say The Word 1987  
Erotic Play Erotic Play 1987  
Deputy Of Love Deputy Of Love 21st Dec 1990  
Take Me Take Me (with DPR) 1994  
Love 4 Anymore Love 4 Anymore 1995  
Kiss Me Kiss Me 25th Sep 1995  
Sweet Fantasy Sweet Fantasy 19th Feb 1996  
Fire Byrd Fire Byrd 1997  

 

Featurings and collaborations

Call Me DPR - Call Me 1995  

 



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Xeya biography

Xeya started back in 1987 with the single Say The Word (label BU), produced by Rosa & Politi. She launched her own but also for the line of jewels (Architect) which she designed and produced. The same year, the single Erotic Play was recorded (directed by the same producers duet, published under the label Di-GeiI Musica). Then came Deputy Of Love, mixed by Maurizio Rossi, produced by NTM, recorded and mixed at NTM Studio - Vimodrome - Milano (Italy), released in 1990 under X-Energy label. Deputy Of Love was a huge club hit in Europe and North America. In 1992 Pepitò Corazon (produced by Diaferia, Rosa and Politi) was released and distributed worldwide.

In 1994, Take Me was produced by DPR. Kiss Me, with no doubt the best song of the Xeya project, was released under Domino Records in 1995. Clara Moroni did backing vocals on this single. Xeya was also featured by the project DPR for the single Call Me. In Canada Xeya was invited to join Bananarama, Whigfield and other international well known artists for the Energy Rush Tour

The same year, Love 4 Anymore was out under a different label : Z'Up (ZPR). It was once again produced by DPR (aka Franco Diaferia), arranged by Luca Loi and Max Bondino. Sweet Fantasy was released the following year, under the Dig It label.

In 1997 Xeya's voice was used in some ambient-house singles and she became the leading vocalist of several musical projects, such as the single Fire Byrd, which became club-hits in many countries.

Thanks to Pol NRG

Xeya biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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