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Twenty 4 Seven were one of the pioneering eurodance and hip house acts, created by Dutch producer Ruud Van Reijen in 1989. The members of the group were rapper Tony Dawson-Harrison (left in 1991), later replaced by Stacey Paton (Stay-C), and female vocalist Nance Coolen, later replaced by Stella.
Twenty 4 Seven recorded the albums "Street Moves"(1990) , "Slave To The Music" (1993), "I Wanna Show You" (1995), and "Twenty 4 Hours A Day, Seven Days A Week" (1997).
In 2007, Twenty 4 Seven recorded the single "Like Flames" featuring Elle.
In 2010, Ruud van Rijen decided to do a comeback with Twenty 4 Seven and two new vocalists: Li-Ann and Miss Cherry but the latter left to pursue a solo music career.
On September, Stay-C joined Twenty 4 Seven again and, together with Li-Ann, are recording new stuff.
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