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Towa Tei (born Dong-hwa Chung, 1965}} is a DJ, artist and record producer born in Yokohama, Japan. Towa debuted as a member of Deee-Lite, from the U.S. label Elektra Records in 1990, and shot to fame via their international hit single, "Groove Is In the Heart". He made his solo debut with the album Future Listening! in 1994. He has since relocated back from New York to rural Nagano prefecture in Japan.

His concept party, "Hotel H", started in 2009 as a social spot for music industry people in Tokyo.




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