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Black Buddafly

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Black Buddafly
GenresR&B, soul
Years active2005–2010
LabelsDef Jam (2005–2007)
MBK Records/J (2008–2010)
Past membersSophie Schmahl (2005–2006)

Amina Buddafly (2005–2010)

Jazz Buddafly (2005–2010)

Black Buddafly is a German R&B duo composed of twin sisters Aminata "Amina" and Safietou "Jazz" Schmahl, who are of Senegalese and German descent.[1]

Career

The sisters were born in 1983 to a German mother and a Senegalese father. They were discovered in 2002, along with their older sibling, Sophie, by producer and manager Orrin Ennis, who signed the sisters to Germany's RCA as a trio under the name Choyce. [2] In 2005, they signed to Def Jam, releasing the singles "Rock-a-Bye" and "Bad Girl" with the rapper Fabolous.[3] Sophie departed the group in 2006 and Amina and Jazz continued the group as a duo.

Black Buddafly eventually disbanded and Amina pursued a solo career. In 2013, she garnered attention as a cast member on Love & Hip Hop: New York.[4]

Discography

Year Title Chart Positions Album
US Hot 100 US R&B/Hip-Hop UK Singles Chart AUS Top 50
2005 "Rock-A-Bye"
- #70[5] - -
2006 "Bad Girl" (feat. Fabolous)
- #101[6] - - Waist Deep soundtrack

Mixtapes

  • Worst Of.... Black Buddafly: 'The Forgotten MP3s (2011)

References

  1. ^ "Black Buddafly | Biography & History".
  2. ^ "'Love and Hip Hop' Bonus: Is Amina's Ex-Boyfriend Orrin Really over Her?".
  3. ^ "Afroelle Magazine's June Issue 2016".
  4. ^ "Love & Hip Hop - Season 8 Episodes (TV Series) - VH1". VH1.
  5. ^ "Black Buddafly Music News & Info". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2012-07-28.
  6. ^ https://www.billboard.com/music/Fabolous/chart-history/HSI/song/490769

External links

This page was last edited on 6 October 2020, at 17:22
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