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Fatty Koo

Fatty Koo
Origin Columbus, Ohio
Genres R&B, Hip-Hop
Instruments Singing
Years active 2004–present
Labels DASLabel/Sony Urban Music/Columbia
Website Official site

Fatty Koo is a R&B and Hip-Hop sextet from Columbus, Ohio that made its way into the music industry in 2005. The group consists of members Eddie B, Gabrielle, Josh, Marya, Ron, Valure, Their fame mostly came from their television show on BET, Blowin Up: Fatty Koo. Their debut single, "Bounce (Theme Song)," was released in June 2005, and their debut album, House of Fatty Koo, was released on July 12, 2005 by Columbia Records. Fatty Koo has since embarked on their "First Look" tour with, visiting malls and schools across the U.S. Their second single "Chills" has been released on radio, but a video hasn't been made for the single.


  • Marya Barrios - Singer/Cellist/Songwriter
  • Eddie "Eddie B." Brickerson - Rapper/Singer/Songwriter
  • Kiana Allison (AKA Valure) - Singer/Songwriter
  • Gabrielle Travis - Singer/Songwriter
  • Joshua Welton - Singer/Saxophist/Pianist/Songwriter/Dancer
  • Ron Riley - Singer/Rapper/Producer/Pianist/Songwriter/drummer/organist

Recorded Songs

  • It's Over (Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie)
  • Bounce
  • Chills
  • Princess in disguise
  • juke joint
  • Drive Myself Crazy
  • Shake
  • Cruise Control
  • Like That Girl
  • Lust
  • H.O.F.K
  • G'on Girl
  • tight
  • move on
  • Fatty Koo

External links

  • Official site
  • Fatty Koo at AwardSpace

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