Subsequently, on 16 March 2016, the record was made available for in various other countries by and Global Records, including Romania, France, Germany, Canada and the United Kingdom. As of January 2015, Unlocked sold more than 17,000 shipments in Japan, where it peaked at number 21 on the Oricon Albums Chart. Archived from on 19 September 2015. Archived from on 6 March 2016. To promote Alesta, Stan embarked on a two-week venue in Japan, while appearing in many interviews and media coverages there. Upon its release, Alesta debuted and peaked at number 34 on the Japanese.
Japan Music Network in Japanese. It was released both and on 9 March 2016 through as a follow-up to 2014. Following a violent incident between Stan and Marcel Prodan in 2013, Stan's last album under his label, Cliché Hush Hush , was released. The majority of the tracks are sung in , with some songs performed in , and , as well. The singer also took part at a music camp organized by Marius Moga, where she further worked on material featured on the album. To achieve her desired sound, Stan collaborated with several producers on the record, including Andreas Schuller, Thomas Troelsen, Sebastian Barac and Marcel Botezan.
Musically, Alesta draws influence from ethnic, Eastern and Western European music, while having a danceable and partying vibe. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1. The accompanying artwork for the Japanese and other versions of the album show Stan posing in front of a black backdrop, with lettering displayed in white or red above her head. To promote Alesta, Stan embarked on a two-week venue in Japan, while appearing in many interviews and media coverages there. The singer also took part at a music camp organized by , where she further worked on material featured on the album.
According to Stan, most of the songs on Alesta are , and the album overall incorporates genres of , dance and music. In April 2016, Alesta was released in Russia, Chile and Peru, while its Italian release was on 8 July 2016 through Ego Records. Editions of Alesta released by Ego Records and featured a photograph with her laying over a motorcycle sporting a blonde wig, white underwear and a distorted pair of blue jeans. In order to promote Alesta, Stan performed in , Japan, in the vitrine of a shop, where she also released her clothes line, Alesta X Bershka. Archived from on 19 October 2015.
Alesta — International version No. Hitparáda — Radio Top 100 Oficiálna. Stan further performed material from the album at the 22nd Tokyo Girls Collection, Zippie Dance Party, YouTube Space Tokyo and YouTube Live during March 2016. Archived from on 11 September 2016. Subsequently, Stan embarked on a two-week tour throughout Japan. It reached number 15 in Japan and sold over 68,000 copies in that country.
. Alesta is the third studio album recorded by Romanian recording artist Alexandra Stan. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1. With this occasion, the singer hosted an autograph session and a press conference with Japanese magazines and televisions from and Tokyo. Following this, Saxobeats was made available for purchase as her debut studio album to digital stores over the world, including the United States and Canada. The title of the record is an abbreviation of Stan's stage name, also meaning 'ready' in.
It was released both digitally and physically on 9 March 2016 through Victor Entertainment as a follow-up to Unlocked 2014. Note: insert 201525 into search. For this record, Alexandra collaborated with producers from multiple countries, including Marius Mirică, Alex Parker, Laurențiu Popescu, Simon Says, Cristian Ștefănescu and Cristian Tarcea. Subsequently, Stan signed a new record deal with Fonogram Records and made her second studio album, Unlocked, available for digital download on 27 August 2014. With it being previously featured on the German edition of Stan's second studio album Unlocked, the track experienced commercial success when reaching the top 30 of the charts in Argentina, Poland and Turkey, and the top 60 in Italy, Romania and Slovakia. Alexandra Stan born 10 June 1989 in Constanța is a Romanian singer and songwriter.
Stan recorded Mami in Los Angeles, United States. Upon its release, Alesta debuted and peaked at number 34 on the Japanese Oricon Albums Chart. To achieve her desired sound, Stan collaborated with several producers on the record, including , , and. Musically, Alesta, a record, draws influence from ethnic, Eastern and Western European music. .