Xeya

Real Name:
Simona Attanasio
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Xeya's career started in 1987 with her debut-single "Say the word" which was produced by the magical duo of producers Rosa-Politi.

In 1988 her second single "Erotic Play" was produced and released confirming her success and making her co-operation with the producers Rosa-Politi even stronger.

In 1990, with the artistic production of Natale, Turati, Melloni (the famous trio of producers of Italo-Dance Music), Xeya released "Deputy of Love", a smash-hit single which was distributed worldwide. With "Deputy of love" (a huge club hit in Europe and North America) she established herself as a true European sex symbol and one of the major singers of Italo-dance music.

In 1992 "Pepito" (Pepitò Corazon Featuring Xeya) was released and distributed worldwide.

In 1993 the musical group DPR chose her as leading vocalist for a cover version of a classic hit of Blondie "Call me". This single became a smash-hit in Europe. In 1995 "Call me" was licensed and distributed in Canada and it became a huge success both in clubs and radios. In Canada Xeya was invited to join Bananarama, Whigfield and other international well known artists for the Energy Rush Tour. During this tour Xeya's sexy performances in front of thousands of people made the International Press more and more interested in her.

In 1994 as leading vocalist of DPR, she released a brand new smash-hit "Take me", a groovy and melodic italo-style tune, where she could express her voice and natural artistic talent. In the same year, due to the big success of "Take me", another single was produced and distributed ("Love 4 anymore") which confirms her success and popularity in all of Europe.

"Kiss me" was released in 1995. This is the best track recorded by Xeya which soon became a Italo-Dance Club Anthem in many Countries around the world. Due to its huge success, this smash hit was remixed by various DJs and producers (DJ Santy, DJ Omh and DJ Napo).

In 1996 A new original single, "Sweet Fantasy", established Xeya as one of Italo-disco queens. Xeya became one of the most successful Italian artists in many countries in Europe.

In 1997 Xeya's voice was used in some ambient-house singles and she became the leading vocalist of some interesting musical projects, such as the single "Fire Byrd", which became club-hits in many countries
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none Xeya - Say The Word album art Xeya Say The Word Blow Up Disco none Italy 1986 Sell This Version
BPM 109 Xeya - Erotic Play album art Xeya Erotic Play(12") Di-Gei Music BPM 109 Italy 1988 Sell This Version
X-12081 Xeya - Deputy Of Love album art Xeya Deputy Of Love X-Energy Records X-12081 Italy 1990 Sell This Version
P MX 01 92 Xeya - Pepitó album art Xeya Pepitó(12") Pepito' Corazón Records P MX 01 92 Italy 1992 Sell This Version
FTCD-1916 Xeya - Call Me album art D.P.R. Feat. Xeya D.P.R. Feat. Xeya - Call Me (Maxi) Ambient Records FTCD-1916 Canada 1993 Sell This Version
ZPR 3016 Xeya - Take Me album art Xeya Take Me(12") 'Z'UP ZPR 3016 Italy 1994 Sell This Version
DMN 173 Xeya - Kiss Me album art Xeya Kiss Me Domino Records (10) DMN 173 Italy 1995 Sell This Version
ZPR 3030 Xeya - Love 4 Anymore album art Xeya Love 4 Anymore(12") 'Z'UP ZPR 3030 Italy 1995 Sell This Version
DMX 10299 Xeya - Sweet Fantasy (La-La-E-Oh...) album art Xeya Sweet Fantasy (La-La-E-Oh...) Dig It International DMX 10299 Italy 1996 Sell This Version
HX 138 Xeya - Fire Byrd album art Xeya Fire Byrd(12") Hitwave Music HX 138 Italy 1997 Sell This Version