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Che Fu - Album Review: Navigator

30 Nov -0001 // A review by Shade
Hip-Hop at it's finest - as showcased to us by the man who had his humble beginnings in the Low Down Dirty Blues Band, and the four times platinum group, Supergroove.

With a New Zealand flavour, jazzed up tunes and a feel good style, this is the sort of album you can really enjoy listening to.

And Che Fu, the man who has acheived so much in New Zealand music; 'Best Music Video' & 'Best NZ Remix' at this years B-Net Awards, nominations in the Juice TV and Squeeze People Choice Awards, 'Top Male Vocalist', 'R&B & Hip-Hop', 'People's Choice Award', 'Single Of The Year' & 'Album Of The Year' at this years NZ Music Awards, plantinum status with both albums, #1 status countless times, 'Single Of The Year', 'Songwriter Of The Year' & 'Male Vocalist' at the 1997 NZ Music Awards .. the list goes on .. and this album is his finest.

Che Fu's voice is immaculate, the music is melodic and soulful, the lyrics are meaningful and the combination of all three make you want to move your body to the rhythm.

If you haven't brought this album yet, you've missed out on something good way too long. Buy it now, you won't regret it.

About 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.

In 1997 Che released his debut solo album 2b S.Pacific on BMG which was soon certified platinum. At the New Zealand Music Awards that year Che received awards for Single of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and the prestigious Male Vocalist of the Year.

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Hi Score - Best Of
Year: 2006
Type: Album
Beneath The Radar
Year: 2005
Type: Album
Year: 2002
Type: Album
2 b S.Pacific
Year: 1997
Type: Album

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