Ice MC I Ce Me, IC MC, Ice, ICE COLA, ICE M., Ice M.C, Ice M.C., ICE M'C, Ice MC, Ice Mc., ICE N.C., Ice Vmc, Icemc, ICM MC, MC IceICE MC aka Ian Campbell, grew up in the area of Nottingham called Hyson Green. When he was in high school his initials IC quickly got him a nickname ICE (lately he interpreted it as Ian Campbell Esquire). After leaving school he hung around Nottingham for a couple of years until in 1983 he joined a group of breakdancers and started touring Europe with them. In 1989 in Italy he met Roberto Zanetti - singer, composer (as Savage), and producer (as Robyx). Their first single called "Easy", made in a hip-house style, came out in 1989. It became successful all over Europe, reaching the top 5 in Italy and the top 3 in Germany. The two next singles, "Cinema" and "Scream", and the subsequent debut album, "Cinema" (released later in 1990), were also very successful. In 1991 his second LP, "My World", came out but failed to achieve the success of its predecessor due to the fact that hip-house had ceased to be popular. His third album, Ice'n'Green, was released in 1994 and featured Alexia on vocals. Three of his most successful songs, "Think About The Way," (also featured in the soundtrack to the 1996 film Trainspotting), "It's A Rainy Day" and "Take Away The Colour", made the charts all over the world. Ian now got a new look and new style: raggamuffin. The album was also released in the US where the two biggest singles saw substantial club play and moderate dance music radio airplay, thus becoming hits. In 1995 "Ice'n'Green - The Remix Album" was released. This contained various remixes of previous hit singles.In 1996 a new album called The Dreadatour (produced by Masterboy) was released. The hit from the album was "Give Me the Light”, At the end of 2002 he decided to return to Italy. Ice and Robyx started writing some new material and at the beginning of 2004 began recording a new album. The new album, "Cold Skool" was released on April 19, 2004 on Time Records).
Alexia Alex, Alexa, Alexandra, Alexia Cooper, Alexia Haslip, Alexis Cooper, 艾莉西亞Former Eurodance singer born in La Spezia, Italy, May 19th 1967. She began her professional career at the end of the 1980's on the label Euroenergy (a sub-label of Discomagic). She released a few records under different aliases, such as 'Alexia Cooper' and Lita Beck. Also in this period, she began to work with Roberto Zanetti AKA Robyx. Their collaboration began to be fruitful when they embarked on Roberto Zanetti's label: DWA (Dance World Attack). Alessia was remarked when she sang backing vocals on 'Please Don't Go' by Double You. Between 1992 and 1994, she was involved in many projects such as DiGiLove, Cybernetica, Due, Galactica and Fourteen 14. In the same period, she collaborated as the backup vocalist for ICE MC. In August 1995, she started her solo career as Alexia with the single 'Me & You'. A succession of hits began for her: 'Summer Is Crazy', 'Uh La La La' and 'Number One' led to her full length debut album 'Fan Club'. Her second album, 'The Party', was released in 1998 and sold 500 000 copies. Three singles were taken out of it: 'Gimme Love', 'The Music I Like' and 'Keep On Movin'. 2000 saw the release of her last collaboration with Robyx: the album 'Happy', very popular in Italy and Asia. After a final 'Greatest Hits' compilation, she announced that she wanted to try different musical styles. Her fourth studio album, 'Mad For Music' was released to Italian audiences in June 2001.