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Inna (given name)

Inna is a Russian given name. It was the name of an early male Russian martyr, but is currently used as a feminine name only. Inna was the fourth most popular name given to baby girls born in Moscow, Russia in 2007. In ancient Greece, the name Ἴννα (Inna) is also attested (probably from ἴννην innen, meaning "little girl"), however a connection with the Russian Inna has not been confirmed.


Elena Alexandra Apostoleanu (born October 16, 1986), professionally known as Inna (styled as INNA), is a Romanian singer, dancer and philanthropist. She rose to major fame in 2009, when her debut studio album Hot was an international success, appearing in many record charts around the world and reaching the top-ten in Czech Republic, France and the United Kingdom. The album's lead single of the same name charted worldwide, topping the US Hot Dance Airplay in 2009. Furthermore, it became Gold or Platinum in Spain, Norway, and Italy. The song won the award for the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Romanian Act at the 2009 MTV Europe Music Awards ceremony. " Déjà Vu" and " Amazing", the record's next released singles, achieved each commercial success and heavy airplay in more European countries. Subsequently, they reached top-ten peak positions on the French Singles Chart and were included in the list of the best-selling songs of 2010 in France.

I Am the Club Rocker (2011), Inna's sophomore record, was again produced by native trio Play&Win and received the Romanian-Album-of-the-Year-award from her label Roton. Furthermore, it achieved Gold status in Romania and Poland. The first release called " Sun Is Up" was one of her most successful singles in her career, selling 125,000 copies in France and 2 million copies worldwide. "Sun Is Up" subsequently achieved three nominations at the 2011 Romanian Music Awards and won the Eurodanceweb Award that year. Both Flo Rida and Juan Magan are featured on I Am The Club Rocker on " Club Rocker" and " Un Momento", respectively. The latter one rose to fame, as it charted at No.4 on the Lebanese Top 20 and within the top-twenty in Romania, Slovakia, Austria and Poland.

Her third studio album Party Never Ends (2013) failed to achieve the same success of its predecessors, with its highest charting position being the No.10 spot on the Mexican Albums Chart. However, the record produced some successful collaborations between her and international artists like Daddy Yankee and Yandel. Subsequently, Inna began working on her fourth overall full-length record. " Cola Song" was released then as the first single from the album. While it features J Balvin, it became a massive hit throughout Europe and was certified Platinum by PROMUSICAE. Inna announced via Facebook that her self-titled studio album would premiere on September 15, 2015. Particularly, a re-edited version of the album, titled Body And The Sun, was released to Japanese retailers on July 31, 2015.

Inna's portofolio includes numerous awards, such as two MTV Europe Music Awards and over thirteen awards in three consecutive years at the MTV Romania Music Awards. In May 2011, it was reported that Inna has already sold one million records worldwide, including 100,000 albums and over 600,000 singles in the United Kingdom. At the end of 2011 Inna became the richest recording artist in Romania and in Eastern Europe. Her net worth is over 10 million euros. As of March 2016, she has sold over 4 million copies of her first three studio albums.

Inna (Verdal)

Inna is a river that flows through the municipality of Verdal in Nord-Trøndelag county, Norway. The river begins in the east at the lake Innsvatnet, located near the border to Sweden, and it runs west to Vuku at the confluence of the rivers Inna and Helgåa, which together become the river Verdalselva. The river Inna runs through the Inndalen valley, through the villages of Sul, Garnes, Holmen, and ends at Vuku.

Inna (disambiguation)

Inna is a Romanian singer.

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Inna (album)

Inna (styled as INNA) and Body and the Sun are two versions of the fourth studio album recorded by Romanian singer INNA. Body And The Sun was released in Japan on July 31, 2015 whilst INNA was released worldwide on October 30, 2015. INNA includes songs that were previously released as singles for announced, but never released album projects. They were called Summer Days (an extended play) and LatINNA. Songs intended for their track lists have been brought together on INNA. The previously released singles " Cola Song" and " Good Time" were only available on Body And The Sun and the U.S. edition of INNA's third studio album Party Never Ends.

INNA spawns four official singles. " Diggy Down", the lead one, was released as the debut release from the album on November 25, 2014, and features American duo Marian Hill. It became an overwhelming hit in Romania, reaching the number one position on the Romania Airplay 100, where it stationed six weeks. Furthermore, the song became also a great success in Bulgaria, where it reached the number-three-spot of the Bulgarian Singles Chart. " Bop Bop" premiered as the second released recording from the album on July 13, 2015, and features the guest vocals of American singer/songwriter Eric Turner. About the song, Inna expressed during interviews that it has a different sound in comparasion with her previous works. She labelled "Bop Bop" as "cheerful", "crazy" and "energetic". On the Romania Airplay 100, it debuted at number sixty-four just two weeks after its release, and peaked at number two. " Yalla" was released as the third official (and fifth overall) single from the album. It is the first song where INNA sings a part in Arabic language. The song was released on November 3, 2015, debuted on the Romania Airplay 100 at number ninety-four on November 15, 2015 due to its strong airplay performance and peaked at number seventeen. On February 4, 2016, INNA released the official music video for the album's fourth single " Rendez Vous". The song peaked at number forty-five on the Romania Airplay 100.