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Future Phunk story began in the 1998 when Alex Colle and Christian Key met in the underground scene of their Naples (Italy) working together in many clubs.

Alex Colle.., dj and producer. Since 2000 he's been working in the most popular dance radio station in southern Italy, Radio Ibiza, promoting his dj set Cafe Mambo and Cafe Savannah (the most popular Discobar on the island, whilst admiring one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world) in direct radio transmission every from 1900 to 2200 together with presenter Raoul (presenter of the group Kiss Kiss) and regularly inviting international guests such as Kenny Dope Gonzalez, Little Louie Vega, Barbara Tucker, Fedde Le Grand, Michael Gray, Simon Dunmore, Mr. V Wally Lopez, Paul Oakenfold, Marilyn David, Stefano Noferini, Carl Cox, Angels Of Love, Bob Sinclair and many more.....he's working with djs, producers and vocalists like Stefano Noferini, Dino Barretta, Gianluca Motta and Luca G

Christian Key Son of two theater actors, his grandfather was a clarinettist, his uncle a painter, Christian warns an huge predisposition for arts since he was young and between all, chose music and singing. Just fourteen Christian starts to perform , as well as in some recital shows, in some recital sung, acquiring an ever greater self security. he started to sing using “vocals” taking cue from some of his myths (The Doors, Stevie Wonder etc.). This fusion of music and singing brings him firstly to the clubs of Campania and then in the most exclusive clubs of Italy (like BASE Milano, MATIS Bologna, TENAX Firenze, FLUID Bergamo, Club69 Roma, MARABU’ Catania, etc) to finish with many exhibitions all around europe (PIPE’s London UK, MONTECRISTO Corfù GR, etc etc).

Thanks to their passion and work at a radio station they finally joined together to stabilish a nice duo partner, Alex Colle and Christian Key so decide mix up their experience from their music world and call themselves Future Phunk. “LET ME SEE YOU MOVE IT” is just the first single out now, one more to follow, later by summertime.