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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The discography of British R&B and pop recording singer Alexandra Burke consists of three studio albums, ten singles as a main artist, two as a featured artist and nine music videos. All songs which have been released under the recording label of Sony BMG and Syco Music.

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    Alexandra Imelda Cecelia Ewen Burke (born 25 August 1988) is a British singer, songwriter and actress. She won the fifth series of the British television series The X Factor in 2008, and has been signed to Epic Records, RCA Records and Syco Music.

    • Singer, songwriter, actress
    • Alexandra Imelda Cecelia Ewen Burke, 25 August 1988 (age 32), Islington, London, England
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The discography of British R&B and pop recording singer Alexandra Burke consists of three studio albums, ten singles as a main artist, two as a featured artist and nine music videos. All songs which have been released under the recording label of Sony BMG and Syco Music.

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    Alexandra Imelda Cecelia Ewan Burke (born 25 August 1988 in Islington, London, England) is a British soul singer. She is known for winning the 2008 UK series of The X Factor . [2] She had the 2008 Christmas number one single in the United Kingdom with a cover of Leonard Cohen 's Hallelujah .

    • Singer, songwriter, dancer, model
    • R&B, pop, soul, dance
  6. The Truth Is (Alexandra Burke album) - Wikipedia

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    The Truth Is is the third studio album by English singer and songwriter Alexandra Burke.It was released on 16 March 2018 through Decca Records. Recording for the album started in 2013 and finished in early 2018.

    • 2013–2018
    • Pop
  7. Alexandra Burke – Wikipedia

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    Alexandra Imelda Cecelia Ewan Burke, född 25 augusti 1988 i Islington i London, är en brittisk sångerska och vinnare av den brittiska tv-sångtävlingen The X Factor, säsong fem (2008). Burke medverkade även 2005 i sångtävlingen men gick inte hela vägen till livespelningar.

    • Alexandra Imelda Cecelia Ewan Burke
    • 25 augusti 1988 (32 år)
  8. Elephant (Alexandra Burke song) - Wikipedia

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    "Elephant" is a song by British singer Alexandra Burke from her second studio album Heartbreak on Hold. It features Colombian-American DJ Erick Morillo, who co-wrote the song with Burke, Britt Burton, Josh Wilkinson, Harry Romero, and Jose Nuñez. The song was produced by Morillo, Romero and Nuñez under their stage name Sympho Nympho, and Mike Spencer. It was released in the United Kingdom on 11 March 2012 as the album's lead single. The song was released as Burke's debut single in the...

    After Burke finished her concert tour called the All Night Long Tour, in support of her debut studio album Overcome, the singer revealed that she would be "getting down and dirty" and that her future music would be a lot more "fiercer and sexier". In January 2012, Burke revealed that "Elephant" was supposed to be played in nightclubs from December 2011, but it did not happen. The singer said that she wanted the remix to be played in nightclubs and bars by DJs first and then to release it to the

    When asked about how the collaboration with DJ and producer Erick Morillo came to be, Burke revealed that he had heard the remix of "Elephant" and stated that he "wanted to get on board." After Burke returned from a writing camp in the United States, her record label and management contacted Morillo and asked him if he would like to be involved with the song, to which he said yes within 24 hours. Burke revealed that she could not believe that he accepted their request and she described the proce

    Burke revealed that both musically and lyrically, "Elephant" is "very different" to the rest of the songs on Heartbreak on Hold. It is a 90s and club music-inspired song. In an interview with Digital Spy, the singer explained the meaning of the lyrics, saying "everyone has been through something in relationships; whether it be with a loved one, a partner or family members where something needs to be discussed - and I've been through that situation. I thought why not, let's do a song about ...

    Lewis Corner of DigitalSpy gave the song three out of five stars writing, "Like all good starters, the intro is a perfectly-sized portion of thumping beats and slick synths that leads into an even tastier main course. "You wanna talk, you wanna talk about it?/ There's an elephant in the room," Alex admits before a '90s handbag house chorus courtesy of Erick Morillo ensues. However, the overall flavour is marred by an over-seasoning of Auto-Tune; and the final breakdown? Well, it's about as satis

    "Elephant" debuted at number seven in Ireland on 16 March 2012, becoming Burke's sixth top 10 hit in the country. In the United Kingdom, the song debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart. It is her sixth top 10 hit in the UK. The following week the song fell to number twelve, selling 21,618 copies. The song debuted at number two in Scotland, becoming her seventh consecutive top 10 single in that territory. In June 2012, "Elephant" reached Number 9 in Bolivia and Number 71 in Slovenia.

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    • 9 March 2012
  9. Bad Boys (Alexandra Burke song) - Wikipedia

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    "Bad Boys" is a song by British recording artist Alexandra Burke. The song is her second single after winning the fifth series of The X Factor, and the lead single from her debut album, Overcome. The song features American rapper Flo Rida. It was written by Mark Fowler, Laura Senior, Flo Rida, Melvin K. Watson Jr, Larry Summerville Jr., busbee, Lauren Evans, Alex James, and was produced by The Phantom Boyz. It was first released for digital download on 12 October 2009. The song is an uptempo ele

    The song received mostly positive reviews commending Burke's vocals and the mainstream R&B/pop feel and production of the song. Matthew Chisling of Allmusic called the track "the most brilliant, perfect mainstream pop single of 2009", commending the song's synthesized beat and larger-than-life chorus, and Flo Rida's rap, stating that it made Burke "the prime UK import for the North American market". Popjustice called the song "brilliant" and "phenomenal", commending the song's "Womanizer"-like i

    "Bad Boys" debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, replacing Chipmunk's "Oopsy Daisy", and becoming both Burke and Flo Rida's second chart-topper, selling over 187,000 copies in its first week, a total of 860,000 copies to date. The song also debuted on the Irish Singles Chart at number one. The song fell off the top spot in the second week, ceding the throne to Cheryl Cole's "Fight for This Love". It was certified platinum in the United Kingdom, and spent 25 consecutive weeks in the top

    The video was filmed from 31 August to 1 September 2009 in various locations in Los Angeles, directed by Bryan Barber. The clip starts with Alexandra dressed in a one-piece black leather suit, as her car has broken down in a bad part of town. It then cuts to Flo Rida who sings the opening lines of the song. Next, Burke performs various dance moves in deserted streets while being followed by several men. The video then shows Alexandra entering a bar in a mirrored silver dress, which has been comp

    Burke performed Bad Boys on the sixth series of The X Factor 's first week results show on 11 October 2009. Flo Rida joined Burke on stage. She then performed the on GMTV on 13 October 2009 at London's G-A-Y and at Wembley Arena on 17 October 2009. She also performed it on Ireland's Childline concert in Dublin. Burke also performed the song, as well as others from her while presenting the launch of the Viva Network in the UK and Ireland. She returned for the finale of the sixth series of The X F

  10. Alexandra Burke – Wikipedie

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    Alexandra Burke Alexandra Imelda Cecelia Ewen Burke (* 25. srpna 1988, Islington, Anglie, Spojené království) je anglická zpěvačka a textařka. V roce 2008 vyhrála britskou verzi talentové soutěže X Factor. Měla podepsanou smlouvu s Epic Records, RCA Records a Syco Music.

    • Alexandra Imelda Cecelia Ewen Burke
    • R&B, soul, pop
  11. Broken Heels - Wikipedia

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    "Broken Heels" is a song performed by British singer Alexandra Burke, released as the second single from her 2009 debut album, Overcome. It was written by the Moroccan producer RedOne, Bilal Hajji, Savan Kotecha and produced by RedOne.

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    • 18 January 2010
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