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Mehrzad Marashi

Mehrzad Marashi is a German soul-pop singer who rose to popularity as the champion of the tv screen display Deutschland Sucht den Superstar this year 2010 and advanced to chart-topping success immediately afterward. Given birth to on Sept 20, 1980 in Iran, he relocated to Hamburg, Germany, at age six along with his family members. Affected by Xavier Naidoo, Lionel Richie, and Boyz II Males, Marashi initially started his career beneath the moniker Marasco in colaboration with Warner GROUP. Upon signing towards the label in 2006, he released a few singles, “She’s Eliminated” and “Sera Tut Mir Leid,” but neither was popular, and his tenure with Warner as a result came to an instant end. Overall, Marashi spent years wanting to break right into the music market as an R&B vocalist prior to obtaining his big break on Deutschland Sucht den Superstar. Solid like a contestant around the seventh time of year from the display, Marashi produced his television leading on Feb 13, 2010, having a edition of Naidoo’s “Und Wenn ein Lied.” He proceeded to get followers with each moving week from the display, performing tunes by Richie (“Hello,” “Limitless Like”), Kool & the Gang (“New”), and Madcon (“Beggin'”), amongst others. During the time of year finale which he was crowned champion, Marashi premiered his debut solitary “Don’t Believe.” Created and made by Deutschland Sucht den Superstar sponsor Dieter Bohlen, “Don’t Believe” was a global smash strike, topping the singles graphs in Germany and Austria and achieving number 2 in Switzerland. The follow-up solitary “Perspiration (A La La La La Longer)” with Tag Medlock was another big strike, reaching number 2 in Germany. Released in colaboration with Sony Music, Marashi’s full-length debut, NEW LEASE OF LIFE (2010), came following basically reached the very best Five using a stylistically different batch of tracks made by Bohlen and Volker Neumüller.

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