OPA FROM GREECE WITH LOVE 09 15 12

Tikanese and Yasou Y'all,

Back in the podcast scene.  We have been broadcasting every Saturday via our terrestrial radio cast from Hollywood and on the internet but gave our podcast a break until the lovely Zarema poped into our studio for a surprise interview.  Here is a brief background check from our friends and Wikipedia that lay it all out for us.

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Zarema attended the National University of Theatre, Film and TV in Kiev, Cinema and Television and Stella Adler Studio of Acting in Hollywood. She is a qualified violinist.[4].

Zarema wrote her own lyrics and music for her debut album "Zarema."

She has received media attention in relation to and articles about her have appearedpublished in literary magazines.

Her songs “Hop Soyle” and “Savas” are popular on radio stations [5], music channels and night clubs in many countries. Only after 4 weeks of the release of the song “Hop Soyle” it played, broadcasting[6] it on different radio[7] stations, and cities in Europe, Asia, Canada and Israel. Her resume goes on including live performances on various radio stations and National TV[8]channels. This has become a break through of her career and in 2007 she quickly signed a contract Sony BMG Music Entertainment Turkey and soon enough released her self-titled[9]album, "Zarema"[10] collaborating with important musicians and arrangers in this album, such as Ozan Colakoglu[11]Mustafa CeceliOzgur Buldum[12] and Mihail Nekrasov.[13]

Zarema is very well known as the lead singer performing on Eastern-European and Mediterranean stages. In London[14]Baku[15]Moscow[16] and around the world she successfully held concerts in the world's most famous arenas with a record ticket sales in Baku[17] with 10,000[18] spectators and in Moscow's Olimpijskij stadium with spectators way over 20,000.[19] Her ratings exceeded most popular singers in America and and her top songs “Atak”[20], “Savash” and “Hop-Soyle” played on popular radio stations around the world. Later same year, Zarema released her debut song with the video clip, produced by Alan Badoev entitled, "Atak" that went straight to leading numbers on radio and music channels and was nominated by many TV channels as the best music video of the year and became a youtube sensation [1].[21]

Zarema relocated to Los Angeles[22] and began yet another career and her English language album and is due to be released later this year.

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