Trilogy was a vocal trio hailing from New York City, United States. Its members were Duran Ramos (real name: Randy Duran Ramos), Angel DeLeon, and Joey Kid (real name: Jose Antonio Baez-Perez). The trio released a couple of singles in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The trio were the main vocalists on the C+C Music Factory 1994 album Anything Goes!.
Duran Ramos did songwriting and produced on various productions of Robert Clivillés and David Cole, the record producers behind C+C Music Factory, and on a few remixes in the 1990s. He has garnered several gold and platinum awards, A.S.C.A.P. awards, and has had 14 Top 40 Hits on Billboard.
Angel DeLeon with Freddy Correa had a career as TV host starting in 1998. 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.
- Joel Whitburn's top pop singles 1955-2002 by Joel Whitburn, Record Research, 2004, ISBN 978-0-89820-155-0
- Trilogy, Discogs
- Trilogy – Good Time , Discogs
- C + C Music Factory – Anything Goes!, Discogs
- C+C Music Factory's David Cole Dies At 32, Billboard, 4 February 1995 (page 9)
- C+C Music Factory's David Cole Succumbs, Jet, 13 February 1995 (page 18)
- C+C Music Factory/Full Biography, MTV
- Duran Ramos, Discogs
- Joey Kid, Discogs
- Via My Gente, Vibe, June-Juli 1998 (page 180)
- Angel DeLeon at the Internet Movie Database