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Titiyo (born Titiyo Yambalu Felicia Jah, 23 July 1967), is a pop singer-songwriter, from Solna, Sweden. She is stepsister to Eagle-Eye Cherry, half-sister of Neneh Cherry, daughter of Amahdu Jah (her Sierra Leone-born percussionist father, aka Ahmadu Jarr, of The Highlife Orchestra) & Maylen Bergström (her mother). She has won four Swedish Grammys.

It was Neneh Cherry who first pointed Titiyo in the direction of performing, encouraging her to sing and prompting her, too, to seek out musical directions that Swedish pop had rarely visited in the past. By 1987, Titiyo was fronting her own band, performing rare groove covers on the Stockholm circuit before signing to the local Telegram label in 1989. She also sang background vocal...

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There's more than one band/artist with this name.

1) LO is a Korean band playing a mix of hardcore, metal and rock. Something of a supergroup within the Korean scene, they consist of Ian Gallagher (bass/vocals; ex-Unroot), Shin Seung-Jae (guitar; Things We Say, Propeller21, No Excuse) and Ryu Myung-Hoon (drums; 49 Morphines, RUX, Firestorm, ex-Things We Say, etc). LO formed in 2008, and quickly signed to GMC Records who released the debut MCD 'Spring'.

2) A Japanese rock band.

3) Jason Lo is a Malaysian music artist, music producer, DJ, and media personality. He is sometimes known by the nicknames "LO" and "J Lo".

Lo was born in Kuching, Sarawak. He is a mix of Chinese and Irish parentage. He w...

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