XYP

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XYP
Origin United Kingdom, Netherlands
Genres Pop
Years active 2006–2007
Labels 8Ball Music
Website www.xypmusic.com
Members Bart Voncken
Christon Kloosterboer
Craig Cavanagh
Emma Winterbourne
Iris van Kempen
Tesni Jones

XYP were a pop vocal group consisting of three guys and three girls from Scotland, England, Wales and the Netherlands. The members were brought together through auditions for the X.Y.Project which had been started by singer/song writer Gary Barlow of Take That and some more big names in the music industry.

Their debut single "Body To Body" peaked at the number one spot in the Netherlands in January 2007.

The group lived together in a house in Amsterdam where they collaborated on song writing for their debut album "Confessions". After only four singles and one album released, the group disbanded at the end of 2007.

Before XYP, Bart was in another pop group called K-otic. While with that band they achieved 9 Top Ten singles and 3 Top Forty albums.

Albums[edit]

Year Album Chart position
NL
2007 Confessions 24

Singles[edit]

Year Title Album Chart positions[1]
NL
2006 "Body To Body" Confessions 1
2007 "Confessions" 2
"Breathe In Time" -
2007 "I Wanna Be Like You" The Jungle Book 40th Anniversary Soundtrack 12

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