Alexandra Stan




House / Pop
Territories represented: worldwide (non exclusive)



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Romanian singer Alexandra Stan has released three studio albums, a reissue album, two video albums, two remix albums and 20 singles. Stan's career began in 2009, when music producers Marcel Prodan and Andrei Nemirschi heard her singing at a karaoke bar and offered her a contract under their management, Maan Studio.That same year, she released the promotional song "Show Me the Way" in Romania. Her debut single, "Lollipop (Param Pam Pam)" (2009), was heavily broadcast on native radio stations.

In 2011, the singer released her breakthrough single "Mr. Saxobeat", which was an immediate commercial success, peaking at number one on the Romanian Top 100 for eight consecutive weeks. The single was subsequently released internationally, reaching the top position in eight countries across Europe including Germany and Italy. The recording was certified in multiple regions, including Platinum in the United Kingdom, triple Gold in Germany and Gold in Spain. Stan's follow-up single "Get Back (ASAP)" charted in many European countries, while peaking at number 56 on the UK Singles Chart.

In August 2011, Stan's debut album, Saxobeats, was made available and managed to peak within the top 40 in Austria, Finland, Germany and Switzerland.

In 2013, Saxobeats was re-released under the title Cliché (Hush Hush) exclusively in Japan. The reissue spawned three singles: "Lemonade", "Cliché (Hush Hush)" and "All My People". Stan's second studio album, Unlocked, was released in August 2014, including the singles "Cherry Pop" and "Dance"; both gained popularity in Japan. Unlocked was less commercially successful than Saxobeats, peaking at number 21 on the Japanese Albums Chart.

In June 2015, Stan premiered a single with Inna and Daddy Yankee titled "We Wanna" for her third studio album Alesta (2016), reaching modest peaks in several countries. In the summer of that year, she was part of the supergroup G Girls for "Call the Police".

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