10 de mai de 2012

NEO MUSICA: Yulia Savicheva | Юлия Савичева

 
POP / DANCE / ROCK

português: Yulia Stanislavovna Savicheva ( russo: Ю́лия Станисла́вовна Са́вичева ) é uma famosa cantora e compositora russa, nascida dia 14 de fevereiro de 1987. Em 2003 participou do “Fabrika Zvezd (Star Factory)”, uma espécie de “American Idol”, e em 2004 participou do evento internacional “Eurovision Song Contest” representando a Rússia com a canção “Believe Me”, e conquistou o 11º lugar. No ano seguinte Savicheva lançou seu primeiro album, “Vysoko”, e consagrou-se como a nova revelação russa. Em 2009 Yulia participou do filme : Pervaya Lyubov’ : Vot Takaya Muzyka, e atualmente é uma das cantoras mais famosas e respeitadas de seu país.

english: Yulia Stanislavovna Savicheva (Russian: Ю́лия Станисла́вовна Са́вичева) (born 14 February 1987) is a Russian singer who performed for Russia in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest which was held in Istanbul, Turkey. In March 2003, Star Factory started its 2nd season. The producer of the project, Maxim Fadeev, had already crossed Yulia's path once before when she had worked as back-vocalist on Russian artist Linda's album, Vorona (Crow) in 1996. Although Yulia participated in the contest, she was eliminated in the semi-finals. Despite this, however, her songs went on to become hits, including "Korabli" (Ships), "Vysoko" (High) and "Prosti za lyubov'" (Sorry for Loving You); and Yulia later came back to host the show. In March 2004, Yulia participated in another contest, World's Best, and in May she won 11th place at the Eurovision contest with her song, "Believe Me". Her first album was finally released in 2005 with the title Vysoko.

(CONFIRA ALGUMAS MUSICAS) / (CHECK OUT SOME SONGS)

"Vysoko"
"Prosti Za Lyubov"
"Believe Me"
"Stop"
"Esli V Serdce Zhivet Lyubov"
"Privet"
"Malo"
"Eto Sud'ba"
"Zima"
"Moskva-Vladivostok"
"Skazhi Mne, Chto Takoe Lyubov"
"Serdcebienie"

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