Alexandra Stan

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Alexandra Ioana Stan (born 10 June 1989) is a Romanian singer, model and songwriter. She released her debut single, "Lollipop", in late 2009, wich peaked at number-eighteen in Romania, only.

Her second single release, "Mr. Saxobeat", became her worldwide breakthrough hit, selling more 10,000,000 copies in less than a year and reaching the top five in over thirty countries, such as New Zealand and the United Kingdom, and the top 10 in Australia, plus top 30 in Canada and United States. She released her debut album in August 2011, titled Saxobeats. The album spawned two more singles: "Get Back" and "1,000,000", featuring rapper Carlprit.

On 4 June 2012, she released "Lemonade" as the lead single from the re-release of her debut album Saxobeats. The song charted major and was certified Gold in Italy and China. Stan then released "Clichè (Hush Hush)" as the follow-up to "Lemonade" on 27 September 2012, and as the second single from the re-release. The song failed to chart. A collaboration with Manilla Maniacs for the song "All My People" was selected as the third and final single from the record. The song was released on 1 May 2013, with the latter two singles both receiving moderate success.

The second album was released on August 27, 2014 under the label Roton Music. The title of the album is "Unlocked". She works actually for a international version of it.

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Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2011 Saxobeats Alexandra Stan 5
2014 Unlocked Alexandra Stan 1


Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2011 Mr. Saxobeat Alexandra Stan 7
2011 Get Back (ASAP) Alexandra Stan 4 2
2011 Lollipop Alexandra Stan 4 1
2012 Cliche Hush Hush Alexandra Stan 1
2012 Lemonade Alexandra Stan 4 1
2013 All My People Alexandra Stan vs. Manilla Maniacs 1
2014 Thanks For Leaving Alexandra Stan 1
2014 Give Me Your Everything Alexandra Stan 1

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