Peter Fox (born 3 September 1971)  
     
 

Peter Fox (born 3 September 1971), born Pierre Baigorry, also known as Enuff and Pete Fox, is a German reggae and hip hop musician from Berlin. He is also a member of the German reggae and dancehall band Seeed.

Peter Fox started working on a solo album named Stadtaffe ("city ape") in 2007. The album was released in Germany on the 26th of September 2008. All songs are in German. Monk and DJ Illvibe co-produced the album, and the Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg, as well as the Cold Steel Drumline contributed to the music. A sample of the song "Fieber" (German: fever), which Fox sings with K.I.Z., was released on Fox's MySpace website on the 1st of November 2007. The first single, "Alles neu" ("Everything New"), was released on August 15, 2008. The second single of the album, "Haus am See" ("House By The Lake"), was released on October 17, 2008.

 
   
   
     
 

Fox also had several gigs with other artists, such as the song "Marry Me" by Miss Platnum and "Rodeo" by Sido. Peter Fox won the Bundesvision Song Contest 2009 on February 13 with his song "Schwarz zu blau" ("Black to Blue"), which is a social realistic representation of his home city Berlin and the transition from nightlife to dawn. The contest was held in Potsdam (the state capital of the previous year's winner Brandenburg). He has since announced that he will be returning to Seeed due to unwanted stress and attention generated by his highly successful solo album Stadtaffe. His single "Haus am See" was the 82nd best-selling single of 2008 and the 17th best-selling single of 2009 in Germany .....

 
     
  Wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Fox_(musician)  
   
 
 
   
 
 
 
     
     
     
       
  1. Official homepage
 
       
  2. Dickes B allein an der Spree, Spiegel Online, October 4, 2008