Bleona’s strong, steady drive to the top of the American charts began when the acknowledged Albanian pop princess decided to relocate her base of operations to these shores. Bleona has enjoyed unprecedented pop music success in her Eastern European homeland, before additionally conquering Western Europe. After 2013’s StopWaitGo produced instant smash “Take It Like A Man,” Bleona followed up with the Timbaland produced “Pass Out,” further solidifying her presence in America.
The next steps in Bleona’s plan for global domination are the release of her new single “FUIF (F*** You I’m Famous)” on iTunes September 15th, a video for which has already debuted on her YouTube Channel, as well as a series of television and movie projects. “FUIF” was first premiered at the annual Palm Springs White Party, where 30,000 swimsuit clad participants were exposed, many for the first time, to the force of nature that is Bleona. Unsurprisingly, she immediately rocked the party with a scaled down version of her popular stage show, and had the crowd eating out of her hand from the moment she appeared.
Getting a crowd on its feet singing and dancing along to her music is nothing new for Bleona, though. Since the beginning of her career she has performed regularly in some of Europe’s largest venues, selling out stadiums of 20.000 to 30,000 people on a continual basis, with an estimated 100,000 people attending one of her appearances in the Albanian capital of Tirana.
If anybody has earned the right to remind the people who stand in her way that she is, in fact, already a star, it is Bleona. However, “F*** You I’m Famous” is also a tongue-in-cheek anthem for those girls who can’t get into the clubs because they are a little too young, or not “famous” enough. Bleona seems to be telling them to not take no for an answer, and don’t settle for anything less than the best.
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