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Role  British singer
Name  Trevor Ashaye
Labels  Record Shack
Origin  United Kingdom
Ashaye Ashaye

Also known as  Trevor Julian Ashaye

Ashaye (born Trevor Julian Ashaye) is a British singer. His single "Michael Jackson Melody" entered the UK Singles Chart on 15 October 1983. It was in the chart for three weeks, reaching a peak position of number 45. The single was a medley of several Michael Jackson cover versions; "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough", "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'", "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)", and "Blame It on the Boogie".

Ashaye Ashaye

Ashaye started his music career under the managerial guidance of Steve Walsh in a group called Earthline Connection. Ashaye signed up with R&B Records to release a Michael Jackson medley, which reached the national chart. After his slight brush with fame, Ashaye teamed up with musicians/songwriters Robert Chandler, Nick Austin and Alex Palmer.

Ashaye's writing acumen came to eminence working with these musicians, and under the V4 Visions record label, other success followed, "What's This World Coming To", received rave reviews (Blues & Soul, Touch, Echoes) and the track entered the Kiss FM and Choice FM charts. This was followed by "Fantasy" and "Paradise", both licensed to NYC Strictly Rhythm label - a hit in the US charts. Another track from Ashaye was "Dreaming". With the departure of V4 Visions, Ashaye moved on to form a band called Zone 22, with Nick Austin.

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Ashaye Wikipedia


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