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My Name Is Luca

Luca Hänni

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My Name Is Luca is the first album by Swiss singer Luca Hänni, the winner of the ninth season of the German casting show Deutschland Sucht den Superstar. The album, which was produced by Dieter Bohlen, contains Hänni's single "Don't Think About Me" (which he sang in the show's finale and which reached number one in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) and five other songs that could be heard in the show, including cover versions of Justin Bieber's "Baby," Philipp Poisel's "Eiserner Steg," and the Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody." My Name Is Luca reached the top spot in the Austrian and Swiss charts, while entering the German charts at number two. The album is also available as a deluxe edition with a remix of "I Believe" and five video clips.

Biography

Born: 08 October 1994 in Bern, Switzerland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Swiss pop singer Luca Hänni was born in 1994 in Bern and broke through in 2012 as the winner of the ninth season of the German talent show Deutschland sucht den Superstar. His first single, "Don't Think About Me," hit number one on the charts in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, and his Dieter Bohlen-produced debut album My Name Is Luca was also incredibly successful. In March, 2013 he won the Swiss Music Award in the category "Best National...
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My Name Is Luca, Luca Hänni
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  • 7,99 €
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Dance, Teen Pop
  • Released: 18 May 2012

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