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May 3, 1989
Leuven, Vlaams Brabant, Belgium
Selah Sue (born Sanne Putseys, 3 May 1989) is a Belgian musician and songwriter. Her debut album, Selah Sue (2011) was a major success, selling over 720,000 copies in Europe, 320,000 in France alone. In 2011, she has had chart success with the hit singles "Raggamuffin", "Crazy Vibes" and "This World". In 2011, Selah Sue won an European Border Breakers Award (EBBA). In January 2012 during the EBBA award ceremony she was presented with the EBBA Public Choice Award. On 28 August 2012, her debut album was also released in the United States, where the album received positive reviews. More than 400,000 downloads were counted in one week.
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Let's admit it, it's kinda a stereotype, artists with a guitar' belt on their shoulders, often refer to "summer" in the past, and as a symbol of all that good stuff that happened during the past. You know, the typical story, the very first love, the hanging around with friends, the lack of concern, the chilling. This line is somewhere near it. A bit don't you think?