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Genres: Club / Pop / Caribbean / Dance

Origin: Brazil


City: Marseille/Montpellier, France

About the Artists:
Since 2008 Lylloo is a well-known name for the pop music in France. Her first club album ‘hoola hop’ was worked out by the Willy William in 2011 and the title track became famous on the radio and on TV stations. Second song ‘baila’ was following quick on the charts and her third single ‘badam’ is showing her connection to the brazilian carnival. Also the Video was taken there.

She is singing in English, French or Portugues and her Songs have been also released over famous French compilations. It was this way possible to transport her songs in different countries through translation into other languages. Beside Daddy Yankee, the famous reggaeton singer, she was collaborating in the US with big names like Nas, Snoop Dogg and Nas.

As a native of the ‘Paca’ she got influenced in music since she was born. From 10 years she took singing classes and went later on to a modern dance and theatre classes in a large school (Alice Dona) in Marseille. Her career is comparable to Shakiras way of life – only she was grown and raised in France taking over from the other side.

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Youtube Link: ( MUSIC VIDEOS):


Club Caribbean Muic Release: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMF1HTDM0fE (baila feat. Lylloo)
Megamix Music Video:


Related Song on the Mix:
Willy William & Lylloo - hula hoop (extended french version) (FRANCE, 2011)
Edalam & Dj Kikfat & Willy William - helicopta collector (mikas edit) (FRANCE, 2015)


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