It looks like one-half of the group Milli Vanilli plans to tackle another round at music.
The German pop tag team, comprised of Rob Pilatus and Fab Morvan, stepped onto the scene in 1988 and mastered hits on the charts including their popular album “Girl You Know It’s True” (1989). They also received a Grammy Award for Best New Artist the following year, but were later stripped of the accolade when their true colors were unveiled.
The pair served as solely the physical being of the music, but their vocals were not their own. One of the voices behind the tracks was that of John Davis. Despite losing some credibility in the industry, Milli Vanilli tried to make a comeback using their real names, Rob & Fab. However, they saw no success.
Fast-forward to 2015, and Morvan has linked up with Davis, Death and Taxes reports. The pair are working on a project titled Face Meets Voice: A True Milli Vanilli Experience. Upon listeners hearing Morvan’s voice on the forthcoming album, Davis said, “Everyone knew Fab didn’t sing, but had no idea he actually could sing. And really great.”
The other side of Milli Vanilli, Pilatus, died due to a prescription drug overdose and suspected alcohol abuse in 1998.
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