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Tilly Key,born Latissia Pizano, is an R&B/pop singer from the Island of Corsica. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
Tilly Key was born Latissia Pizano in Bastia, Corsica, March 1, 1984. Her real name is Latissia Pizano.
Tilly Key started singing at age six and gained recognition in France. She released seven records in Europe, frequently accompanying herself on guitar, piano, and percussion. Her music styles vary between pop, soul and R&B.
After moving to the United States in 2003, Tilly Key worked with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis to produce a single for the Hotel Rwanda soundtrack album. Both film and soundtrack were nominated for awards at the Oscars, World Soundtrack Awards, and Golden Globes in 2005.
In 2004 Tilly Key releases a single in Europe "Hot vibes baby" feat French artists, Tragedie, Calvin Scott and STill.
In 2005 Tilly Key tours the US with 13 piece live band for album "Tilly Key".
In 2009 Tilly Key signs a record contract with Mayweather Music, record label from Boxer Floyd Mayweather. Key releases a singled "Higher".
She re-recorded Jealous of My Boogie by RuPaul in 2010. Dubbed "J.O.M.B. 2.0" off the remix album "Drag Race".
In 2010 Tilly Key participated in Usher's "Mon Star" in a song produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis and written by singer Miguel.
From 2011 to 2013 Tilly Key participates in the production and writing of many French and US artists as well as writing for her next album.
Currently working at Subliminal studios with songwriter and producer London Taylor.
1993: "Je veux m'envoler"
1996: "Histoire d'oser" Polygramm
1997: "Exces" Polygramm
1998: "Juste pour une nuit" E.M.I
2000: L'ombre et LA lumiere Sony/M6
2001: "Ou que j'aille" Sony/M6
2004: "Hot vibes baby" WARNER UP MUSIC
2005: "Somebody Special" KINDRED ENT.
2006: "In his hands" KINDRED ENT.
2009: "higher" MAYWEATHER MUSIC
2010: "J.O.M.B.2" (featuring Rupaul)
2012: "2day" (featuring Shawn Stackz)
2005: Tilly Key (Kindred Entertainment)
2010: participation in Usher's album "Mon Star"
2010: participation in Rupaul's album Drag Race
2005: Hotel Rwanda Original Soundtrack: "Ne Me Laisse Pas Seule Ici (Don't Leave Me Here by Myself)"
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Anthony Dwayne Montgomery is an American film and television actor, as well as graphic novelist. He is best known for his portrayal of Ensign Travis Mayweather on the UPN science fiction television series Star Trek: Enterprise. Montgomery played Andre Maddox on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital from 2015 to 2019. He is the grandson of guitarist Wes Montgomery.
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So Amazing: An All-Star Tribute to Luther Vandross is a tribute album to the late American R&B and soul legend, Luther Vandross, consisting of cover versions of past songs by Vandross and other artists, recorded by several R&B and/or soul singers, in addition to rapper Wyclef Jean and pop singers Elton John and Celine Dion. The album debuted at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200 and number one on the U.S. Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums selling 104,000 copies in its opening week. This album was released three months after Vandross' death.
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Lo-Key? is an American hip hop/R&B band that formed in Kansas City, Missouri and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Their single, "I Got A Thang 4 Ya!" (1993), reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart, and No. 27 on the Hot 100.
Richard Preston Butler Jr., better known by his stage name Rico Love, is an American singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer. He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, but split his childhood between Milwaukee, Wisconsin and New York City's Harlem neighborhood. He attended Florida A&M and, while visiting Atlanta, Georgia, worked his way into the music industry through connections with Usher, who would become one of Love's frequent collaborators.
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"You'll Be Gone" is a song co-written by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music and released in 1965 on the Girl Happy soundtrack album and as a 45 single. The song was recorded in 1962 and was one of very few which Presley was involved in writing; his co-writers were his bodyguard Red West and Charlie Hodge. The other song that Elvis Presley composed was "That's Someone You Never Forget" in 1961 with Red West, which was on the Pot Luck LP released in 1962.
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