Lexa

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Lexa
Birth nameLéa Cristina Lexa Araújo
Also known asPrincess of pop Brazilian
Born (1995-02-22) February 22, 1995 (age 24)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
GenresPop, EDM, funk melody
OccupationsSinger, songwriter and dancer
InstrumentsVocals, piano
Years active2013–present
LabelsSom Livre
Associated actsMC Guime, Clinton Sparks
Websitewww.lexaoficial.com.br

Léa Cristina Lexa Araújo, better known by the stage name Lexa, is a singer, composer and Brazilian dancer. His first single, the "Posso Ser" song, was released in December 2014 and became one of the most played tracks on Brazilian radio in 2015. This song is part of the EP of the same title released by Lexa in March 2015 and disclosed as a preview of her first studio album. In September 2015, the singer released her debut album, titled Disponível.

Career[change | change source]

2014-2015: Disponível[change | change source]

Lexa was discovered by Batutinha music producer, who, after watching it on YouTube, introduced her to entrepreneur Kamilla Fialho, who hired through K2L Entertainment Artistic agency. Thus, in December 2014 is released the first single from Lexa, the "Posso Ser" song, which reached the Top 30 on parade Hot 100 Airplay, Billboard Brazil, and became the 93rd most played song in the Brazilian radio stations in 2015.

Discography[change | change source]

  • Posso Ser (2015)
  • Disponível (2015)

Other websites[change | change source]

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