Remember him? Kevin Grivois, a fashion model turned singer known for his stage name Kè, rose to fame when he released debut single “Strange world” in 1996. The pop rock song became a smash hit in Europe, topping the airplay charts in countries such as Italy, Germany and Spain. A Junior Vasquez remix provided him a number one on the Billboard dance chart. After the surprise success of his debut single, Kè went on to release the album “I Am [ ]” and the single “Someday”. In 1998, he returned with a second album, “Shiny”. It was released only in Europe and produced two singles “You don’t know me” and “Sound of silence”, both of which failed to chart. Third and last album was “Better way of living” (2001). A duet with Macy Gray (“Smile”) and a cover of Shuggie Otis’ “Aht uh mi hed” were among some of Grivois’ finest songs, but the album performed poorly on the charts and Kè disappeared. Now Kevin devotes to the fight for animal rights. He lives in Florida and keep writing songs. Follow him on Soundcloud to discover new tracks.