Trilogy (group)

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Trilogy was a vocal trio hailing from New York City, United States.[1] Its members were Duran Ramos (real name: Randy Duran Ramos), Angel DeLeon, and Joey Kid (real name: Jose Antonio Baez-Perez).[2] The trio released a couple of singles in the late 1980s and early 1990s.[2][3] The trio were the main vocalists on the C+C Music Factory 1994 album Anything Goes!.[4]

Duran Ramos did songwriting and produced on various productions of Robert Clivillés and David Cole, the record producers behind C+C Music Factory,[5][6][7] and on a few remixes in the 1990s.[8] He has garnered several gold and platinum awards, A.S.C.A.P. awards, and has had 14 Top 40 Hits on Billboard.

Joey Kid released an album in 1990 and a couple of singles in the late 1980s.[9] His single, "Counting the Days," peaked at #70 on the Billboard Hot 100 in June 1990.[10]

Angel DeLeon with Freddy Correa had a career as TV host starting in 1998.[11][12] In 1999, Angel DeLeon began hosting the World Famous Montreux Jazz Festival, an event in conjunction with Direct TV BRAZIL. He also serves as voiceover, singer, and producer for FACE THE MUSIC, a music & sound design studio in NYC. His work can be heard on such campaigns as Snickers, Toyota, and Gatorade.


  1. ^ Joel Whitburn's top pop singles 1955-2002 by Joel Whitburn, Record Research, 2004, ISBN 978-0-89820-155-0
  2. ^ a b Trilogy, Discogs
  3. ^ Trilogy – Good Time , Discogs
  4. ^ C + C Music Factory – Anything Goes!, Discogs
  5. ^ C+C Music Factory's David Cole Dies At 32, Billboard, 4 February 1995 (page 9)
  6. ^ C+C Music Factory's David Cole Succumbs, Jet, 13 February 1995 (page 18)
  7. ^ C+C Music Factory/Full Biography, MTV
  8. ^ Duran Ramos, Discogs
  9. ^ Joey Kid, Discogs
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  11. ^ Via My Gente, Vibe, June-Juli 1998 (page 180)
  12. ^ Angel DeLeon at the Internet Movie Database

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