Italian singer, Neja repertoire crosses over jazz, celtic music, piano and gospel but it's with Italo dance music that she topped success all over the world in the early 90s. Everything starts out with the smash hits Restless and Shock!, two chart-topping successes danced all over the world. In 1999 Neja releases "The Game", the winning track of "A Song For Summer". That same whirlwind year she performs it on the popular Italian music show Festivalbar and flies to Japan to promote the single. The Game also becomes the title of her first album, whose ten tracks let Neja expand her repertoire to include pop music Fairytale and Mum's Day.But The Game doesn't say goodbye to dance music: January 2000 sees a dance remix of Fairytale circulating around Europe. She travels to Germany to shoot a video to be distributed by Universal. Later that summer Neja releases the new single Singin Nanana . In 2001 Neja releases Time Flies and Back 4 The Morning, the latter of which launches her for the first time into American consciousness. She flies to New York, Boston, and San Antonio for successful performances. From 2002 to 2005, Neja performs in Europe, as well as in India. 2013 signs her great return. "Neja Vù" is her new amazing album. 12 tracks (both covers ed new songs) arranged by famous musician Nerio "Papik" Poggi.
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