Fallulah is the screen name of Maria Apetri, a singer and songwriter who was born on February 6, 1985 in Amager, Denmark.Fallulah’s music incorporates the sound of pop, rock, Balkan (mainly because of her childhood exposure) and jazz.As a performer, she is being compared to the likes of Adele, Marina and the Diamonds and Jenny Wilson.
Life before Music
Fallulah’s childhood revolved mostly around dancing.Being the daughter of Nicolae Apetri and Lillian Apetri, the founders of a dance group that specializes in Balkan dance music, Fallulah became part of dance performances around Eastern Europe.However, her father died when she was nine and their family moved into the island of Zealand, but Fallulah kept her love for dancing. Several years after, she even moved to US to practice her dance moves at the Broadway Dance Center but decided to move back to Denmark later on.
Discovering a Musical Career
After her stint in the US, she returned to Denmark where she discovered her love for music.In October 2009, she recorded the song “No Time for Love” under her real name, which became the theme song for the Danish movie Simon and Malou.
In 2010, her first debut album entitled The Black Cat Neighborhood was released under the label Sony Music Entertainment Denmark.The album was a big success and reached the top 3 spot in the Denmark Hit List and achieved the platinum status after selling more than thousands of copies nationwide.The album spawned the hit singles “I Lay My Head”, “Bridges” and “Out of It”, with the third single reaching the top spot in the Danish Hit List in 2011.“Out of It” also became the song for the Danish television comedy show Lykke.In 2011 also, Fallulah won awards in the Danish Music Awards as the Hit Song of the Year and Producer of the Year (together with fellow Danish, Fridolin) for the same single.Fallulah performed in various concert and live shows including a live performance in a cruise ship off the coast of Denmark in August 2011.
Continuing the Journey
Following the success of her debut album, Fallulah recorded and later released in 2013 her second album entitled Escapism.Asked about the title, she explained that she loves to dream and escape temporarily from the real world which she believes that many can actually relate to.Among the singles included in the second album are “Superfishyality”, “Dried out Cities” and “Your Skin”.
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