A Polish pop/R&B group — formed in 2001 — that spanned roughly half of a decade, Sistars released their 1st album, Sila Siostr (Sister Power), in 2003. Even though band’s debut was popular, it was not really the 1st appearance because of this troupe, fronted by sisters Natalia and Paulina Przybysz, because they had came out on a monitor by rapper Tede a short while earlier. All of those other lineup was arranged prior to the debut premiered, and led by makers and songwriters Bartek Królik and Marek Piotrowski as well as the Przybysz sisters. In 2004 an EP made an appearance, which was adopted in 2005 from the strike recording A.E.We.O.U. The group would continue to win several awards over time, but would break up before too much time. In 2007, the group posthumously released a greatest-hits collection entitled Greatest of Sistars, that was a high Ten strike in Poland.