Magalie Vaé

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Magalie Vaé
Magalie Vaé Portrait.png
Magalie Vaé in Saint-Lô, 24 December 2006
Background information
Birth name Magalie Bonneau
Born (1987-01-06) 6 January 1987 (age 27)
Origin Gonesse, France
Genres French Pop, Pop, MOR
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Years active 2005–present
Labels Universal / Mercury (2005–2010)
Natsis Music / Midlands Artistic (2010-présent)
Website magalievae.net

Magalie Vaé is the stage name of Magalie Bonneau, a French singer born on 6 January 1987 in Gonesse (Val-d'Oise). She was the winner of the fifth series of the French Star Academy TV talent show.

Biography[edit]

Magalie Vaé grew up in Le Thillay, in Val-d'Oise. In September 2005, she was selected to participate to Star Academy France. Four months later she ended up winning one million euros and a record deal to release her debut studio album. On 6 February 2006, Magalie went to Canada to record her album, produced by Rick Allison. The first single, Je ne suis qu'une chanson (I am but a song) was released a month later. Her self-titled album was released on 3 April 2006 to generally positive reviews.

In 2009 the French press reported that Magalie's second album had been recorded for over a year but got pushed back due to contractual disagreements with Universal Music[1]

Magalie Vaé – First Album Playlist[edit]

  1. Je ne suis qu'une chanson – the first single, reached No 5 in the French charts in March 2006[2]
  2. Plus tard
  3. La force de s'aimer
  4. Si tu veux
  5. Dis oui!
  6. Merci
  7. Après minuit
  8. Mais je ne suis que moi
  9. Rêve de toi
  10. Appelle!
  11. Donne
  12. Vivre intensément
  13. Je me suis battue
  14. Qui a mérité ça? – the second single, charted at 31 in France in December 2006[3]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions
FRA BEL WAL
2006 Magalie Vaé[4] 13 23
2011 TBA
  • Released: 2011
  • Label: Natsis Music / Midlands Artistic

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
FRA BEL WAL SWI
2006 "Je ne suis qu'une chanson"[5] 5 6 63 Magalie Vaé
"Qui a mérité ça ?"[6] 31 16
2011 "L'homme shampooing" TBA

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