The A-Teens are a pop group from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 1998. They were first called the ABBA Teens, but a member of ABBA said that he would sue if they did not change their name. Therefore, not wanting to cause a confrontation with their musical predecessor and icon, they shortened their name to A-Teens. In 1999, they released their first album ABBA Generation consisting of ABBA covers. After they released their second album, Teen Spirit, a year later, they toured in the US with American pop star Aaron Carter. Their penultimate album in the US, Pop 'til you drop, also known in Europe and Asia as New Arrival, was released in 2002. The group went on tour with Play and LYNT that year. Finally, their lastest album Greatest Hits was released in Europe in 2004, leaving their American fans waiting for the lastest installment in A-Teens albums. In this album, they have a couple new songs, including a cover of Nick Kamen's single "I Promised Myself". Like many before them, the A-Teens have not achieved success like ABBA has, but then again, what ABBA had was something rare and very hard to recreate.
In late 2004, Dhani Lennevald released his first single as a solo artist titled "Girl Talk".
Their video for the ABBA cover "Dancing Queen" bears an unmistakable likeness plotwise to the 1985 John Hughes film "The Breakfast Club". In addition the principal in the movie and in the video is played by the same actor.
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video is played by the same actor.
In this album, they have a couple new songs, including a cover of Nick Kamen's single "I Promised Myself". She also earned a BET Award nomination for Favorite Female Artist. Finally, their lastest album Greatest Hits was released in Europe in 2004, leaving their American fans waiting for the lastest installment in A-Teens albums. which didn't perform as well as Paradise, although their videos received a lot of attention from the digital music video channels. The group went on tour with Play and LYNT that year. Amerie returned to the music scene briefly in 2003 as a featured vocalist, first on LL Cool J's top 40 smash, Paradise single and later on DJ Kay Slay's "Too Much For Me". After they released their second album, Teen Spirit, a year later, they toured in the US with American pop star Aaron Carter. Their penultimate album in the US, Pop 'til you drop, also known in Europe and Asia as New Arrival, was released in 2002. Late 2003 she won a Soul Train Award for Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist, she was also nominated for Album Of The Year (Female) and Single Of The Year (Female), she also performed the Top 20 hit 'Talkin' To Me" with a live band at the show.
In 1999, they released their first album ABBA Generation consisting of ABBA covers. VH1 Soul has been known to spin both Amerie's videos with regularity since their debuts, and MTV Jams still occasionally spins Why Don't We Fall In Love. Therefore, not wanting to cause a confrontation with their musical predecessor and icon, they shortened their name to A-Teens. The album's next single, Talkin' To Me, did not hit as big at urban radio as her first single, but it's video still enjoyed strong support from MTV2. They were first called the ABBA Teens, but a member of ABBA said that he would sue if they did not change their name. Amerie's debut album was released amid the success of Why Don't We Fall In Love, and the media immediately began to judge her successes against those of other recent female R&B upstarts, Tweet and Ashanti. The A-Teens are a pop group from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 1998. Throughout that spring and summer, the song received heavy urban radio play, its music video was spun in heavy rotation on the American music video stations MTV2 and BET, and Amerie was toted as the next big thing in hip-hop music.
Sara has herpetophobia. In the spring of 2002, Rise/Columbia released Amerie's debut single, Why Don't We Fall in Love. By the time her first album, All I Have, appeared that July, the single had reached the Top 10 of the R&B/hip-hop charts and the Top 40 of the pop charts. Sara is the youngest and smallest member of the group, and is a brunette. They led to a deal with Rise Entertainment and, in turn, with Columbia Records. Sara Helena Lumholdt (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UQDxAlwag1fGppdDJ*nXTBehOfpqDM3rd3rjZ5xG8Bjh6uCG2bjTbz3yuXZiLnwrZDrLOnA2C9OovckuLsw*3jmo2Ta5T9cCxbDi!bi3zpjuuWqkfsffC!ZbMcZ3w2P*/sara13.jpg), born October 25, 1984 at Karolinska Hospital, Solna. Blige, and began developing demos with him. Dhani is the tallest in the group, and has blond hair and blue eyes. While living in Washington, D.C., she met producer Rich Harrison, who worked with such performers as Mary J.
John Dhani Lennevald (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0ZgD*ApcgrJKl5Y5SZ74TNOuX5wWVrQ66XiO6T0!q4EtbrZzhvk7JqWnvhRk2f6umZxKgR3SdamtemC9Ysw2dwMlRxlFTJhQYDolqGJnLseywTtTez!8r3EySByV9bI0VgGNfVoyaQnL!FTp5v2DWsw/Namnl%C3%B6st-10%20kopiera0.jpg), born July 24, 1984 in Stockholm. After her high school graduation, her family finally settled down in Virginia, while she began to attend Georgetown University, from which she later graduated with a degree in English and Fine Arts. Amit is half-Indian and half-Swedish. She studied dance from an early age and performed in talent contests throughout her youth. Amit Sebastian Paul (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UgDdAp0a4WsxrM8RQ2hTc3gmv88muUjdn6dVTf927Rlvnv8rPES3*I4UMUID6KDFsg5TbK0j!lXq91qeKcOyZFiXI90utJ0ws32YhZJgT1TXDdWuSdqyVHpOSPWPUyDw/Image43.jpg), born October 29, 1983. She grew up on bases from Alaska to Germany, meanwhile gaining an appreciation of the classical arts from her mother and of R&B music from her father. Marie Eleonor Serneholt (picture) (http://czech.jinak.cz/lars/php/news/images/startup/marie_serneholt_1.jpg), born July 11, 1983. She is the daughter of a Korean mother and an African-American father who was a career military member.
Amerie, (born Amerie Rogers, January 12, 1980), is a North American singer. July 8, 2003 Talkin' To Me. April 21, 2003 I'm Coming Out [UK]. October 7, 2002 Why Don't We Fall In Love.
July 30, 2002 All I Have #2 R&B #9 Pop.