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Best of Us Wier, Alexa Feser, Annett Louisan, Bibi Bourelly 03:17
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Der Stärkste Mann Kool Savas, Alexa Feser 02:53
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Alexa Feser (December 30, 1979) is a singer-songwriter from Wiesbaden, Germany. The granddaughter of a jazz pianist, she showed great interest in music from a very early age. Before launching her solo career, Alexa Feser worked as a backing singer for artists like No Angels, Juliette Schoppmann, Joana Zimmer, Thomas Anders, Ricky Martin, and Mike Leon Grosch. Her studio debut, Ich gegen mich, was released in 2008 under the pseudonym Alexa Phazer. Follow-up album Gold von morgen saw the light in 2014 via Warner Records and climbed to Number 19 on the German charts. In 2015, Alexa Feser competed to represent Germany at the Eurovision with the tracks “Glück” and “Das Gold von morgen,” but was eliminated right before the third round. 2017 marked the release of her third studio effort Zwischen den Sekunden, which peaked at Number 3 on the domestic charts and spawned a tour throughout Germany. Following the release of her 2019 album A!, Alexa Feser collaborated with rapper Disarstar on the track “Nie Sie” (2020) and released her first single for new label Sony Music, the Falco-inspired “Optimist.” In 2021, she teamed up with rapper Kool Savas on the tracks “Der Stärkste Mann” and “Fluchtwagen,” which went to Number 95 in Germany.