How did a man born in Ghana, an American rap group, two Turkish girls and a former Milli Vanilli singer end up rapping their way to the top of the charts in Germany and performing in Riga and Tallinn? Katya Cengel reports on this and other interesting twists in the Nana story. For Ray Horton the path to Latvia began when his friend asked him to sing on his answering machine. Seattle-native Horton willingly lent his voice to the machine not knowing that his friend was best friends with the Booya music producer Toni Cottura. It just happened that Cottura was looking for a new male voice to si...
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