Naklab at the 1LIVE Krone 2015 (Germany Music Awards)
|Birth name||Annika Klose|
|Born||14 July 1993|
|Genres||Dance, House, Deep House, Pop|
|Associated acts||Parra for Cuva, Alle Farben, YOUNOTUS|
Annika Klose (born 14 July 1993 in Göttingen), known professionally as Anna Naklab, is a German singer-songwriter. Naklab grew up in the town of Northeim in the German state of Lower Saxony near Göttingen, Germany. Singers and bands that inspire her very much are Adele, Amy Winehouse and Room Eleven.
In 2013, Anna Naklab worked with German producer and DJ Parra for Cuva on a cover version (remix) of Chris Isaak's original 1989 song titled "Wicked Game". The remix was re-titled as "Wicked Games" (plural). "Wicked Games" was first released on Beatport, a U.S. based electronica website, as a digital download in August 2013. A mainstream release followed as a digital download in France in October 2013 and Germany in February 2014. The song charted at number 1 in the United Kingdom and charted in Australia, France, Belgium, Netherlands and other European nations.
In early 2015, Anna Naklab, German producer and DJ Alle Farben and YOUNOTUS released a cover version of, the German band, Reamonn's original 2000 song titled "Supergirl". In July 2015 Anna Naklab's version of "Supergirl" charted at number 1 in Austria and number 2 on Germany's Top Forty Charts. The official music video of Anna's Supergirl, posted on YouTube, received over 63,500,000 views in less than one year.
(featuring Alle Farben & YOUNOTUS)
- As featured artist
(Parra for Cuva featuring Anna Naklab)
- Nominated as Best Female Artist...1LIVE Krone (2015)
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