From Ozone Records to Black Jack, to GoodLife via Sekence, Kiko's original and eclectic productions make him stand out from the crowd. Released in 1998, Kiko's World Cup has gone on to achieve anthem status and can still be heard today in sets played by some of the world's most notorious DJ's.
At the same period, he was part of Phunky Data with friend Olivier Raymond. Two albums were released.
Late 2000, Kiko distanced himself from turntables and parties in order to focus on producing a series of EP's (Monique, Back Home EP, Wonder Man and Material Mode EP with Fafa Monteco). After which he composed and produced his debut solo Album "Midnight Magic", followed in 2002 by the release of "Sinema", an electro-pop album which success was massive worldwide, including the hit "In My Eyes".
In 2003, Kiko founded his own label: Hot Banana.