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Joy Denalane discography

Joy Denalane discography
Denalane live in Düsseldorf in 2014.
Studio albums 3
Live albums 1
Video albums 1
Singles 16

German recording artist Joy Denalane has released three studio albums, one live album, and sixteen singles, including six as a featured artist. Denalane scored her first chart entry in 1999, when she was featured on hip hop group Freundeskreis's single "Mit dir", a duet with future husband Max Herre, that became a top ten hit in Germany.[1] Its success led to a recording deal with the Four Music label, which released her debut album Mamani in 2001. A soul album with elements of neo soul, jazz, and afro pop, it reached number eight on the German Albums Chart and earned a gold certification from the Bundesverband Musikindustrie (BVMI).[1] It produced five singles and spawned the live album Mamani Live, which was released in 2004.[1]

Following a longer hiatus in which she recorded collaborations with others musicians such as Herre, Afrob, and Common, Denalane released her second album Born & Raised in 2006. A breakaway form her previous album, it was entirely recorded in English language and took Denalane's work further into the rhythm and blues and hip hop genres. Upon its released, it debuted at number two in Germany and at number five on the Swiss Albums Chart.[1][2] Both, the album and its lead single "Let Go", the latter of which entered the top thirty on the German Singles Chart, remain her highest-charting solo releases to date.[1]

Maureen, Denalane's third studio album, was released in 2011. The album reached the top ten and top twenty in Germany and Switzerland respectively, but failed to produce a charting single.[1][2] In 2014, she became part of the German Band Aid 30 project; their rendition of which "Do They Know It’s Christmas?" reached number-one on the German Singles Chart.[1] In 2015, she released "Keine Religion", the theme song of the romantic comedy Traumfrauen (2015) as a single.[1]

Contents

  • Albums 1
    • Studio albums 1.1
    • Live albums 1.2
  • Singles 2
    • As a main artist 2.1
    • As a featured artist 2.2
  • Album appearances 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Albums

Studio albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
GER
[1]
AUT
[3]
SWI
[2]
Mamani 8 44 4
Born & Raised
  • Released: August 11, 2006
  • Format: CD, Download
  • Label: Nesola, Four Music
2 42 5
Maureen
  • Released: May 20, 2011
  • Format: CD, Download
  • Label: Nesola, Four Music
8 36 11

Live albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
GER
[1]
AUT
[3]
SWI
[2]
Mamani Live
  • Released: October 18, 2004
  • Format: CD, Download
  • Label: Four Music
44

Singles

As a main artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
GER AUT SWI
"Can't Stop, Won't Stop"
(featuring Scorpio)
1999 non-album release
"Time Heals the Pain"
"Sag's Mir" 2001 Mamani
"Geh Jetzt" 2002 64
"Was Auch Immer" 86
"Im Ghetto von Soweto" 2003
"Kinderlied"
"Höchste Zeit" 2004 Mamani Live
"Let Go" 2006 26 46 Born & Raised
"Heaven or Hell"
(featuring Raekwon)
"Sometimes Love" 2007
"Change"
(featuring Lupe Fiasco)
"Niemand (Was wir nicht tun)" 2011 Maureen
"No More" 2012 Maureen (english version)
"Keine Religion" 2015 97 Traumfrauen soundtrack

As a featured artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
GER AUT SWI
"Mit Dir"
(Freundeskreis with Joy Denalane)
1999 9 30 12 Esperanto
"So Many Men"
(Youssou N'Dour featuring Joy Denalane)
2003 Non-album release
"Torch of Freedom"
([Re:Jazz] featuring Joy Denalane)
2003 Non-album release
"1ste Liebe"
(Max Herre with Joy Denalane)
2004 33 Max Herre
"GO! (Remix)"
(Common featuring Joy Denalane)
2005 Be
"Do They Know It's Christmas?"
(with Band Aid 30 Germany)
2014 1 10 21 Non-album release

Album appearances

Song Year Artist(s) Album
"Whats Up with That" 1999 DJ Thomilla, Joy Denalane Genuine Draft
"Mit Dir" 1999 Freundeskreis (with Joy Denalane) Esperanto
"Tabula Rasa, Pt. II" 1999 Freundeskreis (featuring FK Allstars) Esperanto
"Nicht Allein (Absolut Nicht Remix)" 2000 Absolute Beginner (featuring Joy Denalane) Boombule (Bambule Remixed)
"Kuck ma' wer da rollt" 2001 Afrob (featuring Joy Denalane & Max Herre) Made In Germany
"In Due Time" 2001 Sékou (featuring Joy Denalane & Max Herre) D.I.a.S.P.O.R.a
"Music" 2001 Tiefschwarz (feat. Joy Denalane) RAL9005
"Torch of Freedom" 2002 [RE:Jazz], Joy Denalane Infracom! Presents [Re:Jazz]
"Men's World" 2003 ASD (featuring Brooke Russell & Joy Denalane) "Hey Du"
"1ste Liebe" 2004 Max Herre (with Joy Denalane) Max Herre
"Soulmate" 2005 Afrob (featuring Joy Denalane) Hammer
"Schlaflied für die Sehnsucht" 2005 Joy Denalane Selma - in Sehnsucht eingehüllt
"Arouna" 2007 Angélique Kidjo (featuring Joy Denalane) Djin Djin
"Ich geh für dich" 2007 Azad (featuring Joy Denalane) Blockschrift
"À 2 contre tous" 2007 Passi (featuring Joy Denalane) Évolution
"How Long Will It Last?" 2010 Nottz (featuring Joy Denalane) You Need This Music

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Chartverfolgung > Joy Denalane > Longplayer".  
  2. ^ a b c d "Joy Denalane Discography".  
  3. ^ a b "Joy Denalane Discography".  

External links

  • JoyDenalane.com — official site
  • Joy Denalane discography at AllMusic
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