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Shakaya were a two-piece girl group from Australia, that consisted of Simone Stacey and Naomi Wenitong, two Cairns, North Queensland based songwriters and performers. The two met at the Atsic Music College in 1999 while studying an Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander music course and they had both been writing individually before they met each other. The girls were initially discovered in Cairns by Reno Nicastro and Michael Pearson-Adams. Nicastro produced most of the girls' songs and gave them free studio time for two years.
- genres: Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Hip hop music
- albums: "Cinderella", "Shakaya", "The Way You Make Me Feel", "Are You Ready"
"Shakaya": Shakaya is the first studio album by Australian girl duo Shakaya, released in Australia on 18 October 2002 by Columbia. The album has a mix genre of pop and R&B songs — written by the duo themselves and their manager/producer Reno Nicastro.
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by Cyrus Byington, John Reed Swanton, Henry Sale Halbert
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