|Birth name||Louis Sharpe|
|Also known as||K7, Kayel|
|Born||March 20, 1967|
|Origin||New York, New York, U.S.|
|Genres||House, pop, hip hop, Latin freestyle|
|Occupations||Rapper, singer, songwriter, musician, producer|
|Labels||Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. Records|
|Associated acts||TKA, Ivy Queen|
Louis Sharpe (born August 25 1966), better known by his stage names K7 or Kayel, is an Puerto-Rican American musician.
K7 released one 1993 album, Swing Batta Swing, which featured three singles that reached pop radio: "Zunga Zeng," (produced by Frankie Cutlass) "Hi-De-Ho" (also notably on The Mask film soundtrack), and K7's biggest hit, "Come Baby Come", which reached #18 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #3 on the UK Singles Chart.
K7 released another album in 2002 called Love, Sex, Money.
|1993||Swing Batta Swing
|2002||Love, Sex, Money
|2009||The King's Agenda (Available on iTunes only)
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