Swedish Musician
Born Jul 23, 1967

Titiyo Yambalu Felicia Jah is a Swedish pop singer and songwriter, who has won four Grammis.

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1967 Birth Born on July 23, 1967.


1987 19 Years Old Titiyo discovered her own singing abilities when invited by her older sister to sing with her at a studio in London. She fronted her own band in 1987 and played the Stockholm circuit, and signed with a local label, Telegram, in 1989. … Read More


1989 21 Years Old In 1989, Titiyo released her self-titled debut album, which topped at #3 in Sweden, and was released in the United States on Arista, and became one of the contributions to a Swedish R & B wave in the US that lasted throughout the nineties. … Read More
1993 25 Years Old Titiyo took a two-year break and returned in 1993 with the Aretha Franklin cover "Never Let Me Go" (a hit that reached number 25 on Swedish chart), later included on her second full-length This is Titiyo. … Read More
1997 29 Years Old Her third album, Extended, produced by Kent (Gillström) Isaacs (released by the Swedish label Diesel Music), appeared in 1997, producing the hit single "Josefin Dean" (named after Mariah Carey's best friend).


2001 33 Years Old In 2001, Titiyo revitalised her career with her successful fourth studio album Come Along (released in the US in 2002; also on Diesel Music), spawning the eponymous single "Come Along", which became an international hit. … Read More


2008 40 Years Old Titiyo released her fifth album, Hidden, on the Swedish independent label Sheriff late 2008. … Read More
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