Danish dance-pop vocalist Ida Corr saw her career explode using the 2007 worldwide smash hit “I WANT TO CONSIDER IT,” made by Dutch home hitmaker Fedde le Grand and featuring Danish R&B star Burhan G. Blessed in 1977 in Århus, Denmark, Corr got her professional performing begin in the Danish gal group Sha Li Mar with Christina Undhjem (previously the lead vocalist of YouKnowWho) and Engelina Larsen (previously the highlighted vocalist of DJ Encore); the short-lived trio released a self-titled record in 2002 before disbanding. In 2004 Corr collaborated with home manufacturer Morten Trust on “I Put My Beliefs in You,” a reasonably popular dance strike on More Home Records that resulted in a solo documenting agreement with Kick Music. Corr produced her full-length single debut, Streetdiva (2005), a calendar year later; her further album on Kick Music, Robosoul (2006), implemented. In 2007 Corr collaborated with Dutch home manufacturer Fedde le Grand for the one-off one on his Flamingo Recordings label. The causing production, “I WANT TO CONSIDER IT,” also highlighted Danish R&B superstar Burhan G and demonstrated incredibly successful, learning to be a smash strike all over European countries — topping graphs everywhere from Britain to Bulgaria, as well as finding some achievement in america. Corr released her eagerly anticipated follow-up one, “Trip My Tempo,” in 2008.