New Zealand Artist: Che Fu
Che Fu is one of New Zealand's most successful male vocalists, who began his music career at high school with a group of friends. They formed the Low Down Dirty Blues Band, but would go on to change their name to the legendary Supergroove. Their debut album 'Traction' sold triple platinum and went on to win countless awards.
Che parted ways with Supergroove in 1996. One week after Che left Supergroove he went on to #1 success with DLT and the single 'Chains'.
Random debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Singles on 23 December 2001. It has been in the Top 40 Singles for nine weeks with a highest position of #19. There are five songs by Che Fu in the Top 40 Singles.
Chart placings for Random:
Chart placings by Che Fu: