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Chess

Chess

Chess


There are several artists named Chess. 1) A Korean male duo featuring Kim Woo Joo. 2) A early 90's Eurodance/Europop group who had minor success in Europe with a cover of the Chicago song "If you leave me now". 3) Chess is an edgy, sassy young performer. Coming to England all the way from Malta to further her career, Chess has taken dance and singing lessons since she was really young and surrounded by a loving and musically influenced family she has grown into the pop sensation that she is today. Read more on Last.fm
There are several artists named Chess. 1) A Korean male duo featuring Kim Woo Joo. 2) A early 90's Eurodance/Europop group who had minor success in Europe with a cover of the Chicago song "If you leave me now". 3) Chess is an edgy, sassy young performer. Coming to England all the way from Malta to further her career, Chess has taken dance and singing lessons since she was really young and surrounded by a loving and musically influenced family she has grown into the pop sensation that she is today. She blends Rn’B with Pop music to create something uniquely her own, tying in influential stars like Prince and Freddie Mercury into her daily playlists help her to keep a focus on what she’s all about. --- For the musical, your tags should be Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson or for the individual artists performing in the production that you're listening to.

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