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Fallon King


RIAA Gold-selling musician who rose to popularity as an associate from the R&B female group Cherish with her sisters. She and her twin sister continued to become duo with strikes such as for example “LIKE THIS” and “Forever Youthful.” She and her sisters began singing between your age range of two and six. She afterwards shifted to Atlanta, Georgia to go after a profession in music appropriately in 2003. Her tune “LIKE THIS” gained important and industrial sucess, and was presented around the soundtrack towards the 2011 film S.W.A.T.:Firefight. She was raised with her two old sister Farrah and Neosha, and twin sister Felisha in Maywood, Illinois. She and her sister co-wrote Jacob Latimore’s track “Climb.”

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Full Name Fallon King
Date Of Birth June 5, 1987
Place Of Birth Illinois
Profession R&B Singer
Nationality American
Siblings Felisha King
Music Groups Cherish
Star Sign Gemini

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