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Chemda Khalili

Chemda Khalili

Chemda Khalili


In 1995 Chemda made her first professional appearance on well-known reggae artist Dr. Israel's second album. In 1996 Chemda toured as the lead singer and choreographer for the dance group Mighty Dub Katz, appearing on Canada's Much Music. During that same year Chemda was the vocalist of the hit song "Where Did Your Love Go" by Rhythm 544. Between 1997 and 1999 Chemda received some airplay on WKTU (under the name Caprice) with "There Goes Your Heart" and sung with famed comedian Jeff Ross in an appearance on Comedy Central. Read more on Last.fm
In 1995 Chemda made her first professional appearance on well-known reggae artist Dr. Israel's second album. In 1996 Chemda toured as the lead singer and choreographer for the dance group Mighty Dub Katz, appearing on Canada's Much Music. During that same year Chemda was the vocalist of the hit song "Where Did Your Love Go" by Rhythm 544. Between 1997 and 1999 Chemda received some airplay on WKTU (under the name Caprice) with "There Goes Your Heart" and sung with famed comedian Jeff Ross in an appearance on Comedy Central. Chemda recently teamed up with Rhys Fulber (formally of Front Line Assembly) in a songwriting collaboration for the August 2002 release of Conjure One. Conjure One is on the Nettwerk record label and also features songs by Sinead O'Connor and Poe.

Chemda sings on four of Conjure One's tracks, and she co-wrote two of the songs (one of which was licensed to ESPN and played on its year end sports program in early 2002, the other licensed to EA Sports for FIFA 2002. That same track, Redemption, was remixed by Max Graham and is being distributed on several records including Nettwerk records' Plastic Compilation Vol. 5, which also features tracks by Fat Boy Slim and Sarah McLachlan). Chemda has completed a US/Canadian tour as the solo vocalist for Conjure One, performing in venues such as Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC and Irving Plaza, New York, NY.

In early 2005 Chemda recorded vocals for the follow-up album to Conjure One entitled Extraordinary Ways. The album was released in September of 2005 and includes songs by singer/songwriter Poe. Later that year Chemda also wrote and sang on the album Patterns of War as part of the new dub band Dreadtone International with members Dr. Israel and Lady K.

Patterns of War was released in October 2005 on ROIR records. Chemda is currently dividing her time between Dreadtone International and Conjure One tours while recording for Keith and The Girl. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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