Creamy (sometimes called was Rebekka Mathew and Rannva Joensen, a Traditional Bubblegum dance duo from Denmark. They are most well-known for the songs “I Do I Do I Do”, “Never Ending Story” and “Help! I’m A Fish”.

In The Beginning
Rebekka and Rannva began their musical career when they were just 13 years old. They sang eurodance/euro-pop versions of famous Danish children’s songs. Their debut album, Creamy, was a compilation of Creamy’s favourite children’s songs.

Like some Bubblegum groups, Creamy originally sung in their native tongue, Danish. Their first album was released, and, due to its success in Denmark, the girl’s decided that they wanted to spread their music all over the world, most particularly in Asia where bubblegum styled music was very popular. The popular language English was chosen, and Creamy’s second album “We Got The Time” was released.

“We Got The Time” was very successful all over the world. Many of the songs included on the album were used in DDR and other dancing games, which were popular in Japan. The group instantly became famous for the song “Help! I’m A Fish (A Little Yellow Fish)” which was included as the main song on the well-known animated film of the same name. Little Trees also recorded a version of this song for the film.

Edited by LFM_Helper on 22 Aug 2011, 11:18

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