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King Africa

King Africa (stage name of Alan Duffy) is an Argentine recording artist of American descent. He is well known in Latin America and Spain for his dance music and unique, intense voice.

King Africa was born Allan Duffy in Buenos Aires to parents from the United States, in 1971. His first appearance on record was August 1992 in the album "Dj Dero - Volume 1" with the theme EOE. The success was immediate and after a few months successfully gave birth to Summer'93: Pontel ponselo. The song was quickly installed in all clubs and finish to enhance disclosure King Africa as of 1992. The first album was not expected, since "The African" went on sale in mid-1993. Quickly exceeded the gold disc, and item arrived in Salta top of the rankings across Latin America.

The task of King Africa then focused on presentations to support their live CD, which was dedicated during the second half of 1993 and early 1994. His tour took him to the remotest corners of South America, working hard and achieving unprecedented success. The emergence in late 1994 of its much-anticipated second work, "the stick", causing great impact. "Topics," "Al Palo," and "Mom and I want to" quickly climbed the rankings in all of Latin America.

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