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Strongest album yet. Pure Maria.

Maria has experimented over the years with different sounds in her music. Her latest album has a very classic but modern sound that long-time fans will appreciate. Her voice really shines on this album and you can tell all of the songs really come from the heart. This is my favorite album of hers yet!

Best song ever written.

So powerful!

Beautiful, Haunting, Enchanted

Maria Mena is back! Her new single, "I don't want to see you with her" will tug at anyone's heartstrings. The hauntingly beautiful and frank lyrics combine with an enchanting melody making this everything you've come to expect from Maria. I can't wait until the whole album is released in December!

Biography

Born: February 19, 1986 in Norway

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

In 2001, native Norwegian Maria Mena became a teen signing sensation when her single "My Lullaby" blew up in that country on ringtone and radio. More singles followed, as did the hot-selling album Another Phase, and Mena's cred spread throughout Europe. By 2004 Mena was 18, and ready to take her dark-eyed glamour and smooth, faintly-alternative pop (aided in craft by Norwegian songwriter/producer Arvid Solvang) on to the international stage. First, her Mellow LP saw Scandinavian and European issue...
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Growing Pains, Maria Mena
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Dec 04, 2015

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