Alexandra Stan Performs “I Think I Love It” At KissFM Romania And Covers “Dancing With A Stranger” Originally By Sam Smith & Normani

Fans of Alexandra Stan, aptly named Saxobeats, have been very excited lately, as she recently released the awesomely addicting track “I Think I Love It“. The track is expected the be her first single from her next album, which will be her official fifth studio album. Recently, she visited KissFM Romania where she conducted an interview and performed her new single live as well as covering Sam Smith & Normani’s global hit “Dancing With A Stranger”.

In a world where lip-syncing is commonplace, Romanian artists still continue to prove their vocal ability by performing at radio shows. Alexandra Stan does that exact thing here, impressing to no end, and giving off a relaxed vibe when she sang “I Think I Love It“. As for the cover version, we believe she didn’t rehearse all that much for the performance as she was guided by the lyrics of the song, which you can see her glancing at, on her phone.

She is seen wearing a white dress paired with black boots and she has a three-piece backing band with her, really allowing her to showcase her artistry. Her vocals are on-point throughout sounding just like the studio track of “I Think I Love It“. As for the cover version, she completely nails it, connecting with the song emotionally, and meaning every word, all the while acting relaxed and comfortable.

Watch Alexandra Stan Perform “I Think I Love It” And A Cover Of Sam Smith & Normani’s Song “Dancing With A Stranger” At KissFM Romania Here:

The Romanian star has been promoting her new single “I Think I Love It” recently, which is available to download and stream right now, via Universal Music Romania. She also recently dropped the official music video, which brought some controversy in her home country to which she replied to in an Instagram post.

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#FeelingMyself ? N-am scris demult pe site un articol personal, dar acum vreau sa va impartasesc din gandurile mele. Am calatorit mult, interactionat cu multe culturi si oameni de tot felul; am inteles inca de la o varsta de copil ca suntem diferiti. Unii au viziuni inalte, perspective ambitioase, altii sunt mai limitati. Nu judec pe nimeni; fiecare alege sa fie cum vrea sau cum ii permit imprejurarile. Recunosc ca m-as bucura sa fim cu totii mai deschisi. Apropo de a judeca pe cineva, consider ca e tare usor sa aruncam cu vorbe asupra oamenilor, fara sa analizam prea mult o situatie. Din rautate, din frustrare, din ignoranta, dintr-un complex de inferioritate, din nimic, din motive greu de inteles. Iar eu, dupa 10 ani de cariera internationala, am fost acuzata de “disperare si nevoie de atentie, fara sa am un plan de marketing pregatit”. Oare chiar asa sa fie? Mai ciudat mi se pare faptul ca “acuzele” vin de la o persoana care are experienta in PR si marketing, care a lucrat (sau inca lucreaza) cu artisti din muzica, ba mai mult este jurnalist. Asta inseamna sustinerea industriei muzicale pentru tine, @cristinabazavan ? Sau libertatea de exprimare? Suntem in 2019, am ales sa fiu libera, sa ma accept pe mine asa cum sunt. La 30 de ani imi iubesc corpul si sunt in perioada de #ImFeelingMyself, despre care pomeneste si @beyonce Sunt free sa postez ce vreau, deal with it. Nu poti sa desfiintezi un artist pentru ca e sexy. Daca-mi expun formele, nu inseamna ca nu sunt o femeie puternica, independenta, ca nu am management sau planuri de marketing. Tocmai, stiu bine ce vreau si cine sunt. Suntem in era libertatii, a sinceritatii. Poate ca ar fi mai bine sa ne sustinem intre noi. Noi, femeile…noi, artistii…noi, persoanele din muzica din Romania. Dar, dupa cum spuneam, eu sustin libertatea de exprimare, asa ca fiecare poate sa scrie despre orice si ce vrea :) Iar voua, fanilor mei, va spun inca o data sa fiti sinceri cu voi, sa va iubiti asa cum sunteti, sa va cunoasteti foarte bine. #LoveYourself

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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