Milli Vanilli

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Milli Vanilli
Fab Morvan (left) and Rob Pilatus (right) with NARAS President C. Michael Greene, February 1990.
Background information
Also known asRob & Fab
OriginMunich, Germany
GenresDance, new jack swing, pop, funk, hip hop
Years active1988–1990
LabelsArista Records, Hansa Records
Past member(s)Fab Morvan
Rob Pilatus

Milli Vanilli was a German musical group, formed in Munich. They consisted of Fab Morvan (born 1966) and Rob Pilatus (1965-1998). They were popular in the late-1980s. In 1990, people found out that the group never sang anything at all.[1] Even at concerts, they pretended to sing (lip synching) while a recording was played. This created controversy and eventually led to the end of Milli Vanilli in 1990.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Pop Duo Milli Vanilli Didn't Sing Hit Album". The Washington Post. Retrieved August 31, 2023.

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