Cosmo4

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Cosmo4 is a Swedish girl group consisting of four members: Yasmine Qin, Ulrika Liljeroth, Jenny Rogneby, and Rudina Hatipi. The group has released two successful singles since 2006. Previously, Carin da Silva was a member of the group until late 2006, when Carin left to concentrate on her studies and Rudina replaced her. The girls hail from different parts of the world. Yasmine is from China, Jenny is from Kenya, Rudina is from Kosovo and Ulrika is from Sweden; all of the girls live in Sweden.

The group participated in the Swedish Melodifestivalen 2007 second semifinal with the song "What's Your Name" to compete for the chance to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest in Finland. On 10 February, Cosmo4 was in the top five of Melodifestivalen 2007; in the final round of voting, the group placed fifth and was voted off of the contest.

In 2007, Cosmo4 released their first album with hits such as Peek-a-Boo, Adios Amigos, and their Melodifestivalen entry, What's Your Name.[1]

Their Melodifestivalen entry became a hit and is was played on Swedish commercial radio.

The girls said on a newspaper that the will try again for Melodifestivalen 2009.

Their debut album "All Around The World" was released in Russia in late 2007.

Note: the album might not see a release. Only one copy exists and it has yet to be pressed yet. This copy was reviewed by Dontstopthepop in October and might not be the final tracklisting whenever, and if, the album is released.

Singles[edit]

Year Title Chart positions
SWE
2004 Mexico 19
2006 Peek-A-Boo 29
2006 Adios Amigos 5
2007 What's Your Name? 12

Album[edit]

  • All Around The World (2007)-source DontstopthePop

Track listing[edit]

  1. "What's Your Name?"
  2. "Peek-A-Boo"
  3. "A Girl's Gotta Do (What A Girl's Gotta Do)"
  4. "I Think We're Alone Now"
  5. "Shop Shop"
  6. "Adios Amigos"
  7. "Vida Loca"
  8. "Mexico"
  9. "Poor Romeo"
  10. "What's Not To Like"
  11. "Whats Your Name (Holter Remix)"
  12. "Peek-a-Boo (Soundfactory Club Mix)

(This is not the confirmed tracklisting from the Russian Record company)


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