Dj Layla Christmas Babe Ft Sianna & Radu Sirbu
Dj Layla comes through with yet another new song titled “hristmas Babe” and is right here for your fast Download.
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DJ Layla is a Romanian music project. The 2009 single “Single Lady” (feat. Romanian singer Alissa) won the “Most airplayed songs 2009” at Radio România Actualităţi Awards and reached the top 40 charts in Romania,Moldova and Russia. The original DJ (including “Single Lady”) is Natalia Ostasina (born on 11 July 1987 in Chisinau).
Radu Sîrbu (also known as Radu Sârbu, RadU, and Picasso; born 14 December 1978 in Peresecina) is a Romanian singer and music producer. He was part of the pop music trio O-Zone. He currently lives and works in Bucharest, Romania.
Radu spent most of his childhood in his hometown, however, he moved to Orhei and Bălți for a time. He went back to Peresecina after the 9th grade in order to finish high school. During the 10th and 11th grade, he worked as a DJ at his father’s nightclub, and organized musical theatre shows through his studio, “Artshow,” which he created for children and teens. In 1996, after graduating, he began his studies at the Chișinău Music Conservatory, as well as teaching vocal classes for children on the side.
In 2001, a man named Dan Bălan was holding casting calls for a band to be called O-Zone. O-Zone used to consist of just Dan and his friend Petru Jelihovski, but even after Petru dropped out, Dan still desired to continue his musical career – hopefully with two others. Arsenie Todiraș (nicknamed “Arsenium”) had auditioned successfully, then Radu joined to become the third and final member. As a group, O-Zone became extremely popular in their home country of Moldova, and were able to branch out to their neighbour, Romania. What came after defined the height of their careers: with the release of two chart-topping albums, Number 1 in 2002 and DiscO-Zone in 2004, they found themselves constantly played on the airwaves throughout Europe, attracting numerous fans.