Danish electro-pop singer Medina broke to TOP mainstream success in ’09 2009 with her second album, Velkommen Til Medina, whose lead solitary, “Kun for Mig,” was by far the largest hit of the entire year in Denmark. Created Andrea Valbak on November 3, 1982, in Aarhus, Denmark, she actually is the daughter of the Chilean guy and a Danish female. She produced her solo recording debut in 2007 with Tæt På, that was made by the Danish creation duo Companies (Jeppe Federspiel and Rasmus Stabell) and released in colaboration with the label At:tack Music. Tæt På spawned three different singles, “Flå,” “Et Øjeblik,” and “Alene,” however non-e was a breakout strike, nor was the recording itself. Her breakout arrived finally in past due 2008, when “Kun for Mig” premiered and started ascending the Danish singles graph with swiftness. The largest strike of the entire year in Denmark, “Kun for Mig” spent an extraordinary 17 right weeks in the very best Five, including six weeks at number 1; furthermore, it spawned a sequel, “Kun for Drill down,” offering rapper L.O.C., that also topped the Danish singles, plus an English-language edition, “You and I,” that was a strike internationally. In the aftermath of “Kun for Drill down,” Medina released her second record, Velkommen Til Medina (2009), which once more featured creation work with the Providers, and also a few monitors made by Motrack (blessed Christian von Staffeldt). A HIGH Ten strike over the Danish albums graph, Velkommen Til Medina spawned the follow-up singles “Velkommen Til Medina” and “Ensom,” both which had been smash strikes, the previous spending five weeks at number 1. On the other hand, Medina was highlighted on just one more chart-topping strike, Thomas Helmig’s “100 Dage” from his record Tommy Boy (2009). She came back a couple of years later using a flurry of produces, like the surprise-release digital download EP Arrogant, the live record Tæt På – Live, and the main Danish one “Jalousi” (all 2014).