In 2011, Alexandra Stan received a recording track from a record label. In the past she has participated in various music-related contests with a notable appearance at the Mamaia Festival section interpretation, Romania's most known festival. Because of this, she was contacted and joined by Maan Studio, who consisted Marcel Prodan and Andrei Nemirschi. She had recorded her first single Lollipop (Param Pam Pam). However, the single was no big success,charted only in Romania at No.18. The single was a massive radio hit in her native country in the late of 2009.
In an interview during a concert in the Czech Republic, Alexanda Stan announced that the album works and writing is finished. She also stated, that the album will hold only ten songs, which are already finished.
In an interview, Stan said that most of her songs are "part of her life and they are telling a different story." She said "The album will be very diversified and I’ll approach many genres.". Most of the songs on the album are related to Alexandra in different ways. The album features various forms of electronic music; specifically houseeurodance and typical Romanian rhythms. The track 1.000.000 was released both through Alexandra's own website and through her label's YouTube channel. The track is a R&B-inspired song and features Zimbabwe-born German rapper Carlprit. The nu-disco song "Show Me The Way", a cover of the Peter Frampton hit, was released on her record label's YouTube channel. Following on from these, Stan recorded her third single "Get Back (ASAP)" which was released as her third single from the album. The song touches on Eurodance, Europop, pop and the electropop genres throughout. The song is know as Mr. Saxobeat 2 for the strong saxophone similars. It also didn`t had the success of her previous hit, still chart in Top 40. Two versions were released for the song, a "Maan Extended Version" and the newer studio version, which was the version chosen for the main single release. In October 2013 Alexandra announced the re-release of Saxobeats in Japan under the new title Cliché (Hush Hush), before the scandal with her manager Marcel Prodan.
"Get Back (ASAP)" was released as the third single on March 19, 2011. It has charted at number four in Romania and at number nineteen in France. The song was released later in UK and US. Worldwide, the single sold over 4,000,000 copies and was the 27th best selling single of the year 2011 worldwide. Her third song has two music videos. One for the Maan Studio Remix and an official.
"1.000.000" a song featuring rapper Carlprit, was released as a fourth single sent to mainstream radio stations in Belgium and France. A music video for the song was filmed in Bucharest on December 6, 2011. Although the colorfull and fresh music video, the song charted only in Israel and Italy at No.10 and No.37.