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Alina Devecerski

Alina Devecerski
Alina Devecerski in February 2013
Background information
Birth name Alina Natalie Devecerski
Born (1983-03-27) March 27, 1983
Sundbyberg, Sweden
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Years active 2002 – present
Labels EMI Sweden
Website .com.alinadevecerskiwww

Alina Natalie Devecerski (born 27 March 1983), is a Swedish singer from Sundbyberg,[1] in Stockholm County, Sweden. She is managed by Anders Johansson and signed to EMI Sweden.

At age 19 she started singing in a girl band. She has also written songs for many other artists. In 2010, she launched her solo career working for a year and a half writing solo material for herself only. Her 2012 debut single was "Jag svär". Her follow-up single "Flytta på dej!" hit the Sverigetopplistan, the official Swedish Singles Chart and stayed at #1 for 2 weeks, and was #1 in Norway and Denmark. She has been signed to appear at many music festivals in Sweden to promote her singing career.[2]

Discography

Albums

Year Title Peak chart positions Certification
SWE
[3]
DEN
[4]
NOR
[5]
2012 Maraton
  • Released: 19 November 2012
  • Record label: EMI
36

Singles

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
SWE
[3]
DEN
[4]
NOR
[5]
2012 "Jag svär" Marathon
"Flytta på dej!" 1 1 1
"Ikväll skiter jag i allt"
2013 "De e dark nu"

References

  1. ^ Scandipop: Alina Devecerski - "Flytta på dej!"
  2. ^ GD.se: Alina Devecerski gör upp med ångesten (Swedish)
  3. ^ a b "Alina Devecerski - Swedish Charts". swedishcharts.com/ Hung Medien. 
  4. ^ a b "Alina Devecerski - Danish Charts". danishcharts.com/ Hung Medien. 
  5. ^ a b "Alina Devecerski - Norwegian Charts". norwegiancharts.com/ Hung Medien. 

External links

  • Official website
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