|Birth name||Karoline Kamosi|
|Also known as||Leki|
|Born||January 28, 1978|
|Genres||Pop, soul, R&B|
|Occupations||Singer, songwriter, composer, television presenter|
Official Facebook Artist Page
Leki (born in Kinshasa, Congo) is the first female urban/R&B-pop star to rise out of Belgium. She is known for many hits including "Breakin' Out", "Spread my wings", "Over the Rainbow", and "Love me another day". She is also a TV presenter on VTM.
Leki started at the early age of twelve laying down vocals for Technotronic. At the time, Leki's older sister Ya Kid K was the voice behind Technotronic whose successes include the global mega hit "Pump Up the Jam".
In October 2009 she released her fourth studio album "Leki & The Sweet Mints" (Universal Music).
Leki is also sensitive to humanitarian projects in Africa where she is the godmother of a young farmers development activity in Uganda. Lately Leki decided to accomplish one of her father's dream: the building of a hospital in his natal village of Malambu in Congo. Via Nanda, the non-profit-making organization she has founded, and under the name "Bouwen aan leven" ("building life")several initiatives -such as the single "Pecuiar places"- have been taken since 2010 to help raise funds, hoping that the hospital will be operational towards the end of 2013. On May 14, 2012 she released "Get Over" the first single from her 2012 album "The Journey".
- 2004 Breakin Out
- 2005 Warrior Girl
- 2008 Multiplicity
- 2009 Leki & The Sweet Mints
- 2012 The Journey
|2004||"Breakin Out"||Breakin Out|
|2004||"Latin Lover"||Breakin Out|
|2005||"Warrior Girl"||Warrior Girl|
|2005||"Spread My Wings"||Warrior Girl|
|2006||"Sitting In My Car"||Warrior Girl|
|2008||"Over the Rainbow"||Multiplicity|
|2008||"Baby" feat. Nile Rodgers||Multiplicity|
|2009||"Love Me Another Day"||Leki & The Sweet Mints|
|2009||"Elvis"||Leki & The Sweet Mints|
|2009||"Obsessive"||Leki & The Sweet Mints|
|2010||"Peculiar Places"||Leki & The Sweet Mints|
|2012||"Get Over"||The Journey|
|2001||Paul Michiels||Daydream||Forever Young|
|2003||Brahim||How you like it||Music is my life|
|2005||De Kieppensoep All stars||Kieppensoep voor iedereen||Kieppensoep voor iedereen|
|2005||Raw Jazz||Throw'm up||Throw'm up|
|2006||Ali Tcheelab||One Love||One love|
|2006||Branded X||Let me drive you||Let me drive you|
|2006||Alien Bitesize||www.Hitthemoneyandrun.com||Alien Bitesize|
|2007||Felix Da Housecat||Tweak!||Virgo Blaktro and The Movie Disco|
|2008||Akro||Coupe le verbe en deux||Akro au crunk|
|2009||Monkey Driven||2015 Theme song||2015 Theme song|
Awards and nominations
|2004||"Breakin'out"||Best Urban National TMF Awards||Won|
|2004||"Breakin'out"||Most Promising National Artist TMF Awards||Won|
|2006||"Trouble"||Best Urban National TMF Awards||Nominated|
|2008||"Baby with Nile Rodgers"||Best Urban National TMF Awards||Nominated|
|2008||"Multiplicity"||Best Live Performance La Nuit Du Hip Hop||Won|
|2009||"Elvis"||Best Urban National TMF Awards||Nominated|
- "Nanda vzw". Nanda vzw. Retrieved 2010-11-13.
- www.lekimusic.com Leki's official website, including a full biography and discography.
- Last FM profile of Leki
- Leki profile on Facebook on Facebook.
- Leki profile on YouTube on YouTube.
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