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Life and arrangement

1994–98: Beginnings and Life Is Just a Game

Van der Kolk was born on 16 September 1974 in IJmuiden, Netherlands. In 1991, she met DJ and producer DJ Sammy at Zorba's Club in El Arenal Mallorca. In 1992, DJ Sammy became abiding DJ at the Joy Palace Club in El Arenal, while van der Kolk was a abiding dancer there, for whom she started to be a background singer for grow performances. She betimes adopted the stage designation "Carisma" and performed as a freatured artist on DJ Sammy's music. In 1996, they released their leading singles "Life is Just a Game" and "You Are My Angel", which was their leading smite. In 1997, with the free of their third one "Prince of Love", they scored a Top 30 smite in Germany, followed by the singles "Golden Child" and "Magic Moment". DJ Sammy's debut studio album Life Is Just A Game, which heavily implicated van der Kolk on vocals, peaked at 62 in the German album chart. In the Summer of 1998. van der Kolk came up with a novel fling named Loona (leaned on the Spanish term "luna" for "moon"), also produced by DJ Sammy. Originally started as a Duo, DJ Sammy stayed in the background for music videos and conceal arts. The leading one, which also appeared as a compensate mark on Life is Just a Game, was a conceal of Paradisio's poem "Bailando" and it became the summer poem of 1998 in Germany, reaching the number 1 of the German charts and Echo-awarded as "Best International Dance Single". By Autumn, it was followed by another one "Hijo de la Luna" (a conceal of the Spanish band Mecano) which also reached number 1 on the German charts. These two singles sold millions and became gold- and platinum selling records in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

1999–00: Lunita and Entre dos Aguas

In 1999, Loona's leading studio album titled Lunita has been released, followed by the third and final one, the Top 30 smite "Dónde Vas". The poem "Mamboleo", a conceal rendering of Herbert Grönemeyer's poem "Mambo", from the second album Entre dos Aguas has been released, which was also Echo-awarded as "Best Dance Single". Due to a lawsuit seat up by Herbert Grönemeyer, a second black and colorless music video was shot, and finally twain videos banned from music stations to be played for exact one day of airing, behind the infringement event. The poem itself then had to be removed from Entre dos Aguas, the re-issued versions of the album does not include the mark and one can be establish on rare and early pressings (Still the poem re-appeared and included on Loona's leading collation album Greatest Hits later in 2000). Entre dos Aguas saw the three more one releases "Salvador Dalí", another conceal of the Spanish band Mecano, "La Vida es una Flor" and the Christmas one "Navidad", befitting less hits and didn't reached the Top 50 in Germany. In 2000, Loona's leading collation album Greatest Hits and its leading one, "Latino Lover" (a Spanish remake of "You're the Greatest Lover" by the pop band Luv'), was released and peaked at #6 in German and Swiss one chart. In 1999, van der Kolk again granted visitor vocals as Carisma for DJ Sammy's one "In 2 Eternity" from his leading remix album DJ Sammy at Work (In the Mix).

2001–02: Baila mi Ritmo and Colors

In 2001, Loona released the singles "Baila mi Ritmo" and "Viva el Amor" followed by her second collation album Baila mi Ritmo. "Viva el Amor" became a number 1 smite in Spain. In 2002, she released the singles "Rhythm of the Night" and "Colors" from the third studio album Colors. For this album, Loona experimented with a more mature and oriental resonance, which can be heard on songs equal "Land of broken dreams", "If you deficiency my affection" or on the third one free and #4 smite "Rhythm of the Night", a remake of "Hadi Bakalim" from Sezen Aksu's 1991 album Gülümse. In 2002, van der Kolk continued providing visitor vocals for DJ Sammy's singles "Sunlight" and the Don Henley conceal rendering "The Boys of Summer" from his second studio album Heaven, preserve this period for the leading period credited as "DJ Sammy feat. Loona".

2003–05: Wind of Time, hiatus and motherhood

In 2004, Loona was featured on DJ Sammy's one "Rise Again" and released her leading and one one, the Eric Clapton classic "Tears In Heaven", of her fourth studio album Wind of Time, followed in 2005. Both singles became control hits. The album is a assembly full of conceal versions. According to van der Kolk, she dedicated the album inscription, selected mark catalogue and the total album to her mother, whom she lost ten years spent. It features covers such as Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade of Pale", Peter Sarstedt's "Where Do You Go to My Lovely", Ralph McTell's "Streets Of London", Sting's "Fragile" or Bob Dylan's "Blowin' In The Wind". She emotionally performed "Tears In Heaven" at "The Dome" crying and procreant with her leading child, her daughter named Saphira Maria, welcomed in 2005. In 2005, Loona released the David Bisbal classic "Oye el Boom" and went on hiatus for her baby.

2007–08: Everybody on the Floor and Moonrise

In 2007, Loona's third collation album Everybody on the Floor and the identical titled one, a reggaeton poem titled "Everybody on the Floor (Uh la la la)" occupy been released. In May 2008, Loona signed a novel abridge with Sony BMG/Ariola and returned with her fifth studio album "Moonrise" in October, preceded by its two one releases "Por la Noche" and "Salam Aleikoum", total with limited achievement. Professionally and in particular, van der Kolk parted ways with her longtime collaborator and father of her daughter, DJ Sammy. She was also a Judge in the seventh period of the German rendering of "Popstars" alongside rapper Sido and choreographer Detlef Soost.

2009–13: Rakatakata (Un Rayo de Sol) and collaborations

In 2009, Loona returned with the conceal rendering of Cidinho & Doca, "Parapapapapa" to her summer strain roots since "Viva el Amor" in 2001. The one peaked #29 in the German one chart. van der Kolk hear in the Vox television program "Das perfekte Promidinner im Schlafrock". In 2010, the one "Vamos a la playa", a Miranda conceal, she landed another summer smite, charted at No. 2 in Belgium, and "El Cucaracho, El Muchacho", a collaboration with Movetown, followed. "Vamos a la playa" also reached No. 3 in France, No. 1 in Haïti, No. 5 in South-Africa, No. 16 in Swiss, No. 22 in Denmark, and No. 29 in Germany. In July 2011, the one and Pigbag classic "El Tiburón" charted at #31 in the German one chart. Again in 2012, van der Kolk hear in the Vox television program "Das perfekte Promidinner im Schlafrock" and the Pro7 program "TV Total Wok WM". In June 2012, Loona posed nude for the German edition of Playboy. Until 2013, Loona released four further songs, the singles "Policia", "Oh la la, dance avec moi", the Los Diablos conceal rendering "Rakatakata (Un Rayo de Sol)". All these singles to be included on her protracted-awaited, sixth studio album with the working inscription Summer Dance, later retitled Rakatakata (Un Rayo de Sol). Loona appeared as visitor vocalist on DJ Cassey Doreen's one "Tell it to my Heart", a Taylor Dayne conceal rendering.

2014–15: Brazil and singles

In 2014, the one "Brazil", a conceal of Francisco Alves's "Aquarela do Brasil", was released for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Loona was also visitor vocalist on Flava & Stevenson's 2k14 remix of their one "Rio de Janeiro", establish on their album Quantum of Dance, which twain latter mentioned songs appeared on her leading extended play titled Brazil. In 2014, Loona released the one "Ademloos door de Nacht", a Dutch address conceal rendering of German singer Helene Fischer's one "Atemlos durch expire Nacht" and leading free below her actual designation Marie-José van der Kolk, from her upcoming studio album. In the summer of 2015, Loona re-released her one "Caliente" in a remixed rendering, and the German address one "OMG! Dein Body ist so Heiß" alongside Ko&Ko, formally Gebroeders Ko.

2016–Present: Badam

In 2016, Loona released her one "Badam", a conceal rendering of Lylloo & Lorinda, as a conduct one from her eponymous titled seventh studio album.

Artistry

Loona is best known for her catchy, rectitude position, summervibe tunes such as "Bailando", "Vamos a la Playa", "Mamboleo", "Latino Lover" or "Viva el Amor" with quiet beats, sounds, melodies and one lyrics. Although she also released ballads such as the Mecano conceal versions "Hijo de la Luna" or "Salvador Dalí". Other genres include pop ("Dónde Vas" or "La Vida es una Flor"), vocal trance/electronic ("Prince of Love", "Sunlight" or "Rise Again"), R&B ("No one loves you (equal I do)") or reggaeton, such as "Everybody on the floor (Uh la la la)". While Loona experimented with ambient sounds on the second album Entre dos aguas, such as in "Pajaro offence cielo" or "Tell me why", for the third studio album Colors, she used a more mature and oriental resonance, which can be heard on songs equal "Land of broken dreams", "If you deficiency my affection" or "Rhythm of the Night", a remake of "Hadi Bakalım" from Sezen Aksu's 1991 album Gülümse. Since "Parapapapapa", Loona has returned to the summervibe strain roots. Loona is known for numerous songs and singles being covers of other artists such as Paradisio, Mecano, Herbert Grönemeyer, Luv', Elvis Presley, Sezen Aksu, David Bisbal, Donna Summer, Don Henley, Cidinho & Doca, Miranda, Pigbag, Los Diablos, Taylor Dayne, Barry Manilow, Helene Fischer, Francisco Alves, Gebroeders Ko or Lylloo & Lorinda (Not counting her fourth album Wind of Time, which was a full conceal album), which ended up of 21 of her leading 42 singles being conceal versions so far. She is also noted for singing multilingual, mainly Spanish, spanglish or English, preserve also parts in Arabic ("Salam Aleikoum"), French ("Et me voila"), Dutch ("Ademloos door de Nacht") or German ("Gib mir deine Angst", "OMG! Dein Body ist so Heiß").

Discography

Main article: Loona discography

Lunita (1999) Entre dos aguas (2000) Colors (2002) Wind of Time (2005) Moonrise (2008) Rakatakata (Un Rayo de Sol) (2013) Badam (2016)

Life and arrangement

1994–98: Beginnings and Life Is Just a Game

Van der Kolk was born on 16 September 1974 in IJmuiden, Netherlands. In 1991, she met DJ and producer DJ Sammy at Zorba's Club in El Arenal Mallorca. In 1992, DJ Sammy became abiding DJ at the Joy Palace Club in El Arenal, while van der Kolk was a abiding dancer there, for whom she started to be a background singer for grow performances. She betimes adopted the stage designation "Carisma" and performed as a freatured artist on DJ Sammy's music. In 1996, they released their leading singles "Life is Just a Game" and "You Are My Angel", which was their leading smite. In 1997, with the free of their third one "Prince of Love", they scored a Top 30 smite in Germany, followed by the singles "Golden Child" and "Magic Moment". DJ Sammy's debut studio album Life Is Just A Game, which heavily implicated van der Kolk on vocals, peaked at 62 in the German album chart. In the Summer of 1998. van der Kolk came up with a novel fling named Loona (leaned on the Spanish term "luna" for "moon"), also produced by DJ Sammy. Originally started as a Duo, DJ Sammy stayed in the background for music videos and conceal arts. The leading one, which also appeared as a compensate mark on Life is Just a Game, was a conceal of Paradisio's poem "Bailando" and it became the summer poem of 1998 in Germany, reaching the number 1 of the German charts and Echo-awarded as "Best International Dance Single". By Autumn, it was followed by another one "Hijo de la Luna" (a conceal of the Spanish band Mecano) which also reached number 1 on the German charts. These two singles sold millions and became gold- and platinum selling records in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

1999–00: Lunita and Entre dos Aguas

In 1999, Loona's leading studio album titled Lunita has been released, followed by the third and final one, the Top 30 smite "Dónde Vas". The poem "Mamboleo", a conceal rendering of Herbert Grönemeyer's poem "Mambo", from the second album Entre dos Aguas has been released, which was also Echo-awarded as "Best Dance Single". Due to a lawsuit seat up by Herbert Grönemeyer, a second black and colorless music video was shot, and finally twain videos banned from music stations to be played for exact one day of airing, behind the infringement event. The poem itself then had to be removed from Entre dos Aguas, the re-issued versions of the album does not include the mark and one can be establish on rare and early pressings (Still the poem re-appeared and included on Loona's leading collation album Greatest Hits later in 2000). Entre dos Aguas saw the three more one releases "Salvador Dalí", another conceal of the Spanish band Mecano, "La Vida es una Flor" and the Christmas one "Navidad", befitting less hits and didn't reached the Top 50 in Germany. In 2000, Loona's leading collation album Greatest Hits and its leading one, "Latino Lover" (a Spanish remake of "You're the Greatest Lover" by the pop band Luv'), was released and peaked at #6 in German and Swiss one chart. In 1999, van der Kolk again granted visitor vocals as Carisma for DJ Sammy's one "In 2 Eternity" from his leading remix album DJ Sammy at Work (In the Mix).

2001–02: Baila mi Ritmo and Colors

In 2001, Loona released the singles "Baila mi Ritmo" and "Viva el Amor" followed by her second collation album Baila mi Ritmo. "Viva el Amor" became a number 1 smite in Spain. In 2002, she released the singles "Rhythm of the Night" and "Colors" from the third studio album Colors. For this album, Loona experimented with a more mature and oriental resonance, which can be heard on songs equal "Land of broken dreams", "If you deficiency my affection" or on the third one free and #4 smite "Rhythm of the Night", a remake of "Hadi Bakalim" from Sezen Aksu's 1991 album Gülümse. In 2002, van der Kolk continued providing visitor vocals for DJ Sammy's singles "Sunlight" and the Don Henley conceal rendering "The Boys of Summer" from his second studio album Heaven, preserve this period for the leading period credited as "DJ Sammy feat. Loona".

2003–05: Wind of Time, hiatus and motherhood

In 2004, Loona was featured on DJ Sammy's one "Rise Again" and released her leading and one one, the Eric Clapton classic "Tears In Heaven", of her fourth studio album Wind of Time, followed in 2005. Both singles became control hits. The album is a assembly full of conceal versions. According to van der Kolk, she dedicated the album inscription, selected mark catalogue and the total album to her mother, whom she lost ten years spent. It features covers such as Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade of Pale", Peter Sarstedt's "Where Do You Go to My Lovely", Ralph McTell's "Streets Of London", Sting's "Fragile" or Bob Dylan's "Blowin' In The Wind". She emotionally performed "Tears In Heaven" at "The Dome" crying and procreant with her leading child, her daughter named Saphira Maria, welcomed in 2005. In 2005, Loona released the David Bisbal classic "Oye el Boom" and went on hiatus for her baby.

2007–08: Everybody on the Floor and Moonrise

In 2007, Loona's third collation album Everybody on the Floor and the identical titled one, a reggaeton poem titled "Everybody on the Floor (Uh la la la)" occupy been released. In May 2008, Loona signed a novel abridge with Sony BMG/Ariola and returned with her fifth studio album "Moonrise" in October, preceded by its two one releases "Por la Noche" and "Salam Aleikoum", total with limited achievement. Professionally and in particular, van der Kolk parted ways with her longtime collaborator and father of her daughter, DJ Sammy. She was also a Judge in the seventh period of the German rendering of "Popstars" alongside rapper Sido and choreographer Detlef Soost.

2009–13: Rakatakata (Un Rayo de Sol) and collaborations

In 2009, Loona returned with the conceal rendering of Cidinho & Doca, "Parapapapapa" to her summer strain roots since "Viva el Amor" in 2001. The one peaked #29 in the German one chart. van der Kolk hear in the Vox television program "Das perfekte Promidinner im Schlafrock". In 2010, the one "Vamos a la playa", a Miranda conceal, she landed another summer smite, charted at No. 2 in Belgium, and "El Cucaracho, El Muchacho", a collaboration with Movetown, followed. "Vamos a la playa" also reached No. 3 in France, No. 1 in Haïti, No. 5 in South-Africa, No. 16 in Swiss, No. 22 in Denmark, and No. 29 in Germany. In July 2011, the one and Pigbag classic "El Tiburón" charted at #31 in the German one chart. Again in 2012, van der Kolk hear in the Vox television program "Das perfekte Promidinner im Schlafrock" and the Pro7 program "TV Total Wok WM". In June 2012, Loona posed nude for the German edition of Playboy. Until 2013, Loona released four further songs, the singles "Policia", "Oh la la, dance avec moi", the Los Diablos conceal rendering "Rakatakata (Un Rayo de Sol)". All these singles to be included on her protracted-awaited, sixth studio album with the working inscription Summer Dance, later retitled Rakatakata (Un Rayo de Sol). Loona appeared as visitor vocalist on DJ Cassey Doreen's one "Tell it to my Heart", a Taylor Dayne conceal rendering.

2014–15: Brazil and singles

In 2014, the one "Brazil", a conceal of Francisco Alves's "Aquarela do Brasil", was released for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Loona was also visitor vocalist on Flava & Stevenson's 2k14 remix of their one "Rio de Janeiro", establish on their album Quantum of Dance, which twain latter mentioned songs appeared on her leading extended play titled Brazil. In 2014, Loona released the one "Ademloos door de Nacht", a Dutch address conceal rendering of German singer Helene Fischer's one "Atemlos durch expire Nacht" and leading free below her actual designation Marie-José van der Kolk, from her upcoming studio album. In the summer of 2015, Loona re-released her one "Caliente" in a remixed rendering, and the German address one "OMG! Dein Body ist so Heiß" alongside Ko&Ko, formally Gebroeders Ko.

2016–Present: Badam

In 2016, Loona released her one "Badam", a conceal rendering of Lylloo & Lorinda, as a conduct one from her eponymous titled seventh studio album.

Artistry

Loona is best known for her catchy, rectitude position, summervibe tunes such as "Bailando", "Vamos a la Playa", "Mamboleo", "Latino Lover" or "Viva el Amor" with quiet beats, sounds, melodies and one lyrics. Although she also released ballads such as the Mecano conceal versions "Hijo de la Luna" or "Salvador Dalí". Other genres include pop ("Dónde Vas" or "La Vida es una Flor"), vocal trance/electronic ("Prince of Love", "Sunlight" or "Rise Again"), R&B ("No one loves you (equal I do)") or reggaeton, such as "Everybody on the floor (Uh la la la)". While Loona experimented with ambient sounds on the second album Entre dos aguas, such as in "Pajaro offence cielo" or "Tell me why", for the third studio album Colors, she used a more mature and oriental resonance, which can be heard on songs equal "Land of broken dreams", "If you deficiency my affection" or "Rhythm of the Night", a remake of "Hadi Bakalım" from Sezen Aksu's 1991 album Gülümse. Since "Parapapapapa", Loona has returned to the summervibe strain roots. Loona is known for numerous songs and singles being covers of other artists such as Paradisio, Mecano, Herbert Grönemeyer, Luv', Elvis Presley, Sezen Aksu, David Bisbal, Donna Summer, Don Henley, Cidinho & Doca, Miranda, Pigbag, Los Diablos, Taylor Dayne, Barry Manilow, Helene Fischer, Francisco Alves, Gebroeders Ko or Lylloo & Lorinda (Not counting her fourth album Wind of Time, which was a full conceal album), which ended up of 21 of her leading 42 singles being conceal versions so far. She is also noted for singing multilingual, mainly Spanish, spanglish or English, preserve also parts in Arabic ("Salam Aleikoum"), French ("Et me voila"), Dutch ("Ademloos door de Nacht") or German ("Gib mir deine Angst", "OMG! Dein Body ist so Heiß").

Discography

Main article: Loona discography

Lunita (1999) Entre dos aguas (2000) Colors (2002) Wind of Time (2005) Moonrise (2008) Rakatakata (Un Rayo de Sol) (2013) Badam (2016)


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at Logger->error(object(ErrorException), array())in Writer.php line 203
at Writer->writeLog('error', object(ErrorException), array())in Writer.php line 114
at Writer->error(object(ErrorException))in Handler.php line 71
at Handler->report(object(ErrorException))in Handler.php line 35
at Handler->report(object(ErrorException))in HandleExceptions.php line 81
at HandleExceptions->handleException(object(ErrorException))