Alexia, is an Italian singer. Before recording in Italian in the 2000s, she made records in English in the late 1990s. Many of those were international hits. Before her solo career she was the vocalist of Ice Mc.
On June 22, 2010, Alexia released her newest album entitled Stars.
More DetailsHide DetailsOnly one single, "Star", was released on June 11. In July 2012 a new single "A Volte Si A Volte No" was released in Italy.
In 2009, Alexia once again participated in the Sanremo festival singing a duet with Mario Lavezzi entitled "Biancaneve".
More DetailsHide DetailsThe song was a big hit in Italy, reaching the top 10 and being Alexia's biggest hit for some time. Following this, a re-recorded version of Ale was released entitled Ale & C, which contained three songs from Ale re-recorded as duets, two songs re-recorded in English and two new tracks. "We Is The Power", a duet with Bloom 06 was released as the second single, followed by "E Non Sai".
In 2008, Alexia released her first studio album in four years entitled Ale and a new record deal with Edel.
More DetailsHide DetailsThe album was preceded by the single "Grande Coraggio" and later followed by "Guardarti Dentro".
After a musical break, Alexia returned in 2007 with a new song, and her first digital download single, "Du Du Du".
She made her first appearance at the Sanremo Music Festival in 2002, coming second with "Dimmi come…", which was on her fifth album Alexia.
More DetailsHide DetailsTwo more singles followed, "Non Lasciarmi Mai" and "Hasta La Vista Baby". To satisfy international fans, an English version of the album was released, with "Don't You Know" (the English version of "Dimmi Come") meeting limited success in France and Australia. Following this, Alexia's music would be released solely in Italy. The following year, Alexia returned to San Remo with the song "Per Dire Di No" and winning.
In 2002, Alexia abandoned eurodance and started singing almost exclusively in Italian.
1999 saw the release of her third album Happy, along with the singles "Goodbye" and "Happy", with Alexia switching to the Epic label.
More DetailsHide DetailsThe album did not have as much success as Alexia's previous albums and her career began to decline outside Italy, with the release of "Goodbye" in the UK being delayed then ultimately cancelled.
After five years with Robyx and the DWA team, Alexia released The Hits a compilation of all her international singles, along with new track "Ti Amo Ti Amo". Shortly after the release, Alexia decided to leave DWA and Robyx as she wanted to expand her sound and audience beyond eurodance.
In early 1998, Alexia officially signed to Sony Music through their subsidiary Dancepool which had released some of Alexia's previous singles in certain territories.
More DetailsHide DetailsAfter this, work began on breaking her in the UK market and a special remix was commissioned. The resulting Almighty Edit propelled the track into the UK Top 10 and was also a hit in Australia. Simultaneously in Europe, Alexia released "Gimme Love", the first single from her second album The Party, which saw her begin to branch away from Eurodance towards Europop, causing disappointment amongst some of her fans. Later that year "The Music I Like" (her first Eurodance single since 1996's "Number One" was released across Europe, followed by "Keep On Movin'".
Unlike her previous singles which were all Eurodance, "Uh La La La" was a slower pop track and would become her breakout hit, becoming a European summer anthem for 1997, hitting the top 10 in many countries.
Later she worked with producer Roberto Zanetti (better known as Robyx) in 1990, as a back-up singer to several of Zanetti's eurodance acts on his DWA label, including Double You and Ice MC and notably featured on many of the latter's biggest hits such as "Think About The Way" (on the Trainspotting soundtrack), "It's A Rainy Day" and "Russian Roulette".
More DetailsHide DetailsWhen Ice MC left DWA, Robyx turned his attention to Alexia, and the pair wrote the song "Me And You", which included the vocals of "Double You". The song was a big international hit and was followed the next year by "Summer Is Crazy" and "Number One", which again were international hits.
She started working for Italian label Euroenergy (by Disco Magic) in 1989 with the singles (Eurobeat/Hi NRG style) Alexia Cooper - Boy and Lita Beck – It's All Right.
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