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Katja Krasavice

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UHUH Katja Krasavice 02:11
Ein Herz für Bitches Katja Krasavice 02:39
Raindrops Katja Krasavice, Leony 02:20
Birthday Sex Katja Krasavice 02:34
Bilderbuch Katja Krasavice, Jill Lange 02:16
GUCCI GIRL Katja Krasavice 02:43
Ohne einen Mann Katja Krasavice 02:36
Teil mich Katja Krasavice 02:01
Kein Platz für uns beide Katja Krasavice 02:16
Mia Khalifa Katja Krasavice 02:30

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Katrin Vogelová (August 10, 1996), professionally known as Katja Krasavice, was born in the Czech Republic and now lives in Leipzig, Germany. She first came to prominence in 2014 with her video streaming channel that concentrated on sex and lifestyle issues. The channel currently has over a million subscribers with some videos achieving upwards of 30 million views. Her debut single, “Doggy,” arrived in 2017 and reached Number 7 on the German Singles Charts. Following an appearance on the sixth season of the reality show Celebrity Big Brother in 2018, Krasavice came back in full force with the singles “Dicke Lippen” and “Sex Tape,” which peaked at Number 4 and 6 in Germany, respectively. After signing with Warner Music in 2019, her studio debut Boss Bitch shot straight to the top of the German Albums Chart, propelled by its lead single “Gucci Girl.” Eure Mami, Katja Krasavice’s highly-anticipated second full-length, dropped in 2021 and gave the singer her first Number 1 hit single, “Highway,” an urban-tinged pop number featuring fellow German songstress Elif Demirezer. A few months later, Katja Krasavice soared to the top of the charts once again with the single “Pussy Power,” the title track from her third full-length. Released in 2022, Pussy Power went to Number 1 in Germany thanks to singles like "Onlyfans," which bowed at Number 2 on the domestic singles chart. Later that year, she made headlines after accusing fellow Deutschland sucht den Superstar judge and former Modern Talking member Dieter Bohlen of making sexist comments on the show. This incident became the inspiration for the diss track "Frauen," which also served as the lead single from her fourth studio album, Ein Herz für Bitches. Featuring a guest appearance by singer Jill Lange, the song climbed to number 2 on the German charts and was followed by a cover of DJ Alex C's "Du hast den schönsten Arsch der Welt." Ein Herz für Bitches finally hit the shelves in September of that year, becoming her fourth consecutive chart-topping album in her native country.