Che-Fu was a founding member of legendary local band Supergroove. Responsible for a string of what have gone on to become classic kiwi anthems, Supergroove generated a staggering 6 Top 10 hits throughout the 90s. Amongst them the gold singles ‘Scorpio Girls’ & ‘Sitting Inside My Head’, platinum-selling ‘Can’t Get Enough’ & ‘You Gotta Know’, live standouts ‘Next Time’, ‘You Freak Me’ & ‘Here Comes The Supergroove’, and many more.

Sitting inside my head from Supergroove

Che’s debut solo album ‘2b S.Pacific’ was released in 1997. It launched 4 Top 10 singles (‘Chains’,‘Scene III’, ‘Without A Doubt’ and ‘Waka’), charted at #1, and sold 2 x Platinum – a landmark for a local urban record at the time. In 2001, Che released the follow-up album ‘Navigator’. ‘Navigator’ debuted at #1 and stayed there for 3 successive weeks, going on to generate close to 4 x platinum in sales. It featured the singles ‘Fade Away’, ‘Random’, and the APRA Silver Scroll winning ‘Misty Frequencies’. Che’s latest solo album ‘Beneath The Radar’ was released in 2005 and includes the singles ‘Lightwork’ and ‘Mysterious Vibe’.

Che-Fu – Mysterious Vibe

Known as a New Zealand icon, and keen rugby fan, Che has just released a track for the NZ All Blacks on “All Blacks – The Music” entitled Push

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