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Ali Pirzad-Amoli (; born May 17, 1988), better known by his stage nameA-Lee (also sometimes stylized as A-LEE) is a Norwegian pop recording artist, rapper, singer, songwriter and executive producer. A-Lee is the co-founder and CEO of his own record label EE Records and with BMG Chrysalis as a songwriter.

A-Lee is a multi-gold and platinum selling artist who released his debut album Missing in 2010 and his second album Forever Lost in 2012 which contains numerous chart topping songs. His singles "The One" and "World So Cold" reached respectively #7 and #12 at Norwegian Official Charts VG-Lista.
A-Lee was also certified the most-played Norwegian artist on radio in Norway in 2011 and his single "The One" was the most-played song on all Norwegian radio in 2011. In 2012, A-Lee performed his summer smash hit "Feelgood" at huge annual show VG-Lista Rådhusplassen in Oslo where he attended for the third consecutive year after 2010 and 2011.

During his career, A-Lee made many appearances on Norwegian TV ( MTV Norway, national channels NRK & TV2, The Voice TV), extensive Norwegian radio ( NRJ Radio, The Voice, NRK P3, NRK mP3, P4, P5, JRG Group). A-Lee performed more than 300 concerts, including as support for Tinie Tempah, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, Nas, Busta Rhymes, The Game and more...