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Che Fu

Che Fu

Che Fu


Che Fu (born Che Ness) is a Māori-Niuean hip hop, R&B, and reggae vocalist from Aotearoa (New Zealand). He is usually backed by his band, The Krates, which feature his father Tigilau Ness of Unity Pacific. He started his career with the seminal NZ band Supergroove. Shortly after he broke from the band in 1996, he released his first single ‘Chains’ a duet with DLT that went straight to #1 on the NZ Singles charts, and stayed there for 5 consecutive weeks. Read more on Last.fm
Che Fu (born Che Ness) is a Māori-Niuean hip hop, R&B, and reggae vocalist from Aotearoa (New Zealand). He is usually backed by his band, The Krates, which feature his father Tigilau Ness of Unity Pacific. He started his career with the seminal NZ band Supergroove. Shortly after he broke from the band in 1996, he released his first single ‘Chains’ a duet with DLT that went straight to #1 on the NZ Singles charts, and stayed there for 5 consecutive weeks. It went on to reach Platinum and was the landmark single that brought NZ Hip Hop to mass attention.

Che Fu has released three solo albums and one greatest hits compilation: 2b S.PACiFiC, Navigator, and Beneath The Radar and Hi-Score: The Best of Che-Fu. Navigator is a combination of 13 tracks developed musically and lyrically by Che Fu. His love of reggae, funk, soul, rap and hip hop were his inspiration. "Fade Away" and "Random" were the first two singles released off the album, and both did well in the New Zealand charts. His album also sees him collaborate with D.J P-Money and The Villajah M.Cs. http://www.che-fu.com http://myspace.com/chefunz Read more on Last.fm.

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