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* {{Fangirl}}: Is ''very'' sweet on Music/ChrisBrown. Also, judging by [[http://giuliettamusic.blogspot.com.au/2009/04/twitter-obsession-xd.html this reaction]] to a certain tweet, it seems she's also one of MariahCarey.

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* {{Fangirl}}: Is ''very'' sweet on Music/ChrisBrown. Also, judging by [[http://giuliettamusic.blogspot.com.au/2009/04/twitter-obsession-xd.html this reaction]] to a certain tweet, it seems she's also one of MariahCarey.Music/MariahCarey.


* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erAfjrvT5Rg&feature=plcp Save Me]] (2011) (NickiMinaj cover)

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erAfjrvT5Rg&feature=plcp Save Me]] (2011) (NickiMinaj (Music/NickiMinaj cover)



* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: In ''911: Code Pink'', "Unbeatable" is a Music/{{Pink}}-esque rock-flavoured song coming after seven tracks of NickiMinaj-esque urban-dance songs. Giulietta also tries her hand at rapping in "Zombie", "Unbeatable", "Girlfriend Button", "S.M.W.Y.G" and "Audio Slave".

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* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: In ''911: Code Pink'', "Unbeatable" is a Music/{{Pink}}-esque rock-flavoured song coming after seven tracks of NickiMinaj-esque Music/NickiMinaj-esque urban-dance songs. Giulietta also tries her hand at rapping in "Zombie", "Unbeatable", "Girlfriend Button", "S.M.W.Y.G" and "Audio Slave".



* CoverVersion: Of NickiMinaj's "Save Me" ([[NamesTheSame not to be confused with one of ''Ascension'''s bonus tracks]]) and Music/JessieJ's "Who You Are".

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* CoverVersion: Of NickiMinaj's Music/NickiMinaj's "Save Me" ([[NamesTheSame not to be confused with one of ''Ascension'''s bonus tracks]]) and Music/JessieJ's "Who You Are".


Giulietta Russo (b. November 12, 1992), known as just [[OnlyOneName Giulietta]], is an UsefulNotes/{{Australia}}n [[SynthPop dance-pop]] and [[ContemporaryRAndB R&B]] singer from UsefulNotes/{{Melbourne}}. She is also a dancer, actress and model who previously trained at NIDA.

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Giulietta Russo (b. (born November 12, 1992), known as just [[OnlyOneName Giulietta]], is an UsefulNotes/{{Australia}}n [[SynthPop dance-pop]] and [[ContemporaryRAndB R&B]] singer from UsefulNotes/{{Melbourne}}. She is also a dancer, actress and model who previously trained at NIDA.


* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoBToebL1rI&feature=plcp How to Love]] (2011) (LilWayne cover)

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoBToebL1rI&feature=plcp How to Love]] (2011) (LilWayne (Music/LilWayne cover)



** TheCoverChangesTheGender: Her covers of Kevin [=McCall's=] "Compliments", LilWayne's "How To Love" and a {{medley}} of Music/{{Drake}}'s "HYFR" and "Doing it Wrong".

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** TheCoverChangesTheGender: Her covers of Kevin [=McCall's=] "Compliments", LilWayne's Music/LilWayne's "How To Love" and a {{medley}} of Music/{{Drake}}'s "HYFR" and "Doing it Wrong".


* MelismaticVocals: Uses melisma in her songs a lot. She also cites Music/WhitneyHouston, Music/MariahCarey and CelineDion as early influences.

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* MelismaticVocals: Uses melisma in her songs a lot. She also cites Music/WhitneyHouston, Music/MariahCarey and CelineDion Music/CelineDion as early influences.


In November 2009, a little way from the album's release, Giulietta won ‘International Pop Artist of the Year Award’, ‘Producers Choice Award’ and a ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame Award’ at the Los Angeles Music Awards which took place in Hollywood. She later became the first Australian unsigned artist to reach the top 20 of the {{Billboard}} dance charts with the album's sole [[AlbumSingle single]], "Vertigo", which peaked at #16.

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In November 2009, a little way from the album's release, Giulietta won ‘International Pop Artist of the Year Award’, ‘Producers Choice Award’ and a ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame Award’ at the Los Angeles Music Awards which took place in Hollywood. She later became the first Australian unsigned artist to reach the top 20 of the {{Billboard}} Billboard dance charts with the album's sole [[AlbumSingle single]], "Vertigo", which peaked at #16.


* DreamTeam: Production-wise, it seems Giulietta ''is'' this trope. In addition to Kershenbaum producing her debut, ''Ascension'' also featured mixing by Rob Orton (Music/LadyGaga, Music/PetShopBoys, Music/{{Usher}}, Music/PixieLott) and Chris Cox (Music/BritneySpears, Music/{{Rihanna}}, Music/MichaelJackson, Music/ChristinaAguilera). "Vertigo" was written by Ellis Miah (Music/MileyCyrus, Music/FallOutBoy, JoJo, Music/BackstreetBoys) and was remixed by Dave Audé (Music/SelenaGomez, Music/BlackEyedPeas, Music/{{Beyonce}}, {{Music/Madonna}}). Both "Vertigo" and "Pixelated" were remixed by Audé's protege Jeremy Word (Music/JenniferLopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Music/AshleeSimpson, [=FloRida=]). In addition, her single "No Where" was produced by Music/TPain.

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* DreamTeam: Production-wise, it seems Giulietta ''is'' this trope. In addition to Kershenbaum producing her debut, ''Ascension'' also featured mixing by Rob Orton (Music/LadyGaga, Music/PetShopBoys, Music/{{Usher}}, Music/PixieLott) and Chris Cox (Music/BritneySpears, Music/{{Rihanna}}, Music/MichaelJackson, Music/ChristinaAguilera). "Vertigo" was written by Ellis Miah (Music/MileyCyrus, Music/FallOutBoy, JoJo, Music/{{JoJo}}, Music/BackstreetBoys) and was remixed by Dave Audé (Music/SelenaGomez, Music/BlackEyedPeas, Music/{{Beyonce}}, {{Music/Madonna}}). Both "Vertigo" and "Pixelated" were remixed by Audé's protege Jeremy Word (Music/JenniferLopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Music/AshleeSimpson, [=FloRida=]). In addition, her single "No Where" was produced by Music/TPain.


She first came to prominence in 2008 after contributing vocals to the Marcus Knight club track "Dirty House Music". The song peaked at number four on the Beatport charts and entered the Australian ARIA Dance Charts twice. While she continued to sing on other club tracks such as "Venus", "Save Me", "Take Your Mind There" and "Give It Up", it was "Dirty House Music" and its underground success that caught the attention of US producer David Kershenbaum (a producer for artists such as Music/DuranDuran, Music/ToriAmos, Tracy Chapman and Cat Stevens as well as being responsible for signing JanetJackson and Music/BryanAdams) -- leading him to produce nine tracks for her debut album ''Ascension'', released in 2010.

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She first came to prominence in 2008 after contributing vocals to the Marcus Knight club track "Dirty House Music". The song peaked at number four on the Beatport charts and entered the Australian ARIA Dance Charts twice. While she continued to sing on other club tracks such as "Venus", "Save Me", "Take Your Mind There" and "Give It Up", it was "Dirty House Music" and its underground success that caught the attention of US producer David Kershenbaum (a producer for artists such as Music/DuranDuran, Music/ToriAmos, Tracy Chapman and Cat Stevens as well as being responsible for signing JanetJackson Music/JanetJackson and Music/BryanAdams) -- leading him to produce nine tracks for her debut album ''Ascension'', released in 2010.



Apart from releasing her debut album in 2010, Giulietta supported Lloyd Banks (fom FiftyCent's posse G-Unit) while he was doing shows in Melbourne and also opened for the likes of Akon, Ja Rule, Ciara, [=FloRida=], Music/StanWalker and Travie [=McCoy=] in the Melbourne leg of the Australian [[ContemporaryRAndB R&B]] and HipHop festival [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsHMrhBJ3b4 Summerbeatz]]. She also contributed scratch vocals on demo tapes for a possible Ciara album.

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Apart from releasing her debut album in 2010, Giulietta supported Lloyd Banks (fom FiftyCent's Music/FiftyCent's posse G-Unit) while he was doing shows in Melbourne and also opened for the likes of Akon, Ja Rule, Ciara, [=FloRida=], Music/StanWalker and Travie [=McCoy=] in the Melbourne leg of the Australian [[ContemporaryRAndB R&B]] and HipHop festival [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsHMrhBJ3b4 Summerbeatz]]. She also contributed scratch vocals on demo tapes for a possible Ciara album.


* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: A few days before the release of ''911: Code Pink'', Giulietta stated on her {{Facebook}} and {{Twitter}} profiles that there would be a [[HiddenTrack hidden bonus track]] with a surprise guest. In her "Thank You" video (meant to act as a trailer) posted to Website/YouTube the night before the album's release, she said that [[spoiler:the album's bonus track was a remix of "Pixelated" by Ron Carroll]].

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: A few days before the release of ''911: Code Pink'', Giulietta stated on her {{Facebook}} Website/{{Facebook}} and {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} profiles that there would be a [[HiddenTrack hidden bonus track]] with a surprise guest. In her "Thank You" video (meant to act as a trailer) posted to Website/YouTube the night before the album's release, she said that [[spoiler:the album's bonus track was a remix of "Pixelated" by Ron Carroll]].


* DreamTeam: Production-wise, it seems Giulietta ''is'' this trope. In addition to Kershenbaum producing her debut, ''Ascension'' also featured mixing by Rob Orton (Music/LadyGaga, PetShopBoys, Music/{{Usher}}, Music/PixieLott) and Chris Cox (BritneySpears, {{Rihanna}}, Music/MichaelJackson, ChristinaAguilera). "Vertigo" was written by Ellis Miah (MileyCyrus, FallOutBoy, JoJo, BackstreetBoys) and was remixed by Dave Audé (SelenaGomez, Music/BlackEyedPeas, {{Beyonce}}, {{Music/Madonna}}). Both "Vertigo" and "Pixelated" were remixed by Audé's protege Jeremy Word (JenniferLopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Music/AshleeSimpson, [=FloRida=]). In addition, her single "No Where" was produced by Music/TPain.

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* DreamTeam: Production-wise, it seems Giulietta ''is'' this trope. In addition to Kershenbaum producing her debut, ''Ascension'' also featured mixing by Rob Orton (Music/LadyGaga, PetShopBoys, Music/PetShopBoys, Music/{{Usher}}, Music/PixieLott) and Chris Cox (BritneySpears, {{Rihanna}}, (Music/BritneySpears, Music/{{Rihanna}}, Music/MichaelJackson, ChristinaAguilera). Music/ChristinaAguilera). "Vertigo" was written by Ellis Miah (MileyCyrus, FallOutBoy, (Music/MileyCyrus, Music/FallOutBoy, JoJo, BackstreetBoys) Music/BackstreetBoys) and was remixed by Dave Audé (SelenaGomez, (Music/SelenaGomez, Music/BlackEyedPeas, {{Beyonce}}, Music/{{Beyonce}}, {{Music/Madonna}}). Both "Vertigo" and "Pixelated" were remixed by Audé's protege Jeremy Word (JenniferLopez, (Music/JenniferLopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Music/AshleeSimpson, [=FloRida=]). In addition, her single "No Where" was produced by Music/TPain.



* {{Fangirl}}: Is ''very'' sweet on ChrisBrown. Also, judging by [[http://giuliettamusic.blogspot.com.au/2009/04/twitter-obsession-xd.html this reaction]] to a certain tweet, it seems she's also one of MariahCarey.

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* {{Fangirl}}: Is ''very'' sweet on ChrisBrown.Music/ChrisBrown. Also, judging by [[http://giuliettamusic.blogspot.com.au/2009/04/twitter-obsession-xd.html this reaction]] to a certain tweet, it seems she's also one of MariahCarey.


She first came to prominence in 2008 after contributing vocals to the Marcus Knight club track "Dirty House Music". The song peaked at number four on the Beatport charts and entered the Australian ARIA Dance Charts twice. While she continued to sing on other club tracks such as "Venus", "Save Me", "Take Your Mind There" and "Give It Up", it was "Dirty House Music" and its underground success that caught the attention of US producer David Kershenbaum (a producer for artists such as DuranDuran, Music/ToriAmos, Tracy Chapman and Cat Stevens as well as being responsible for signing JanetJackson and Music/BryanAdams) -- leading him to produce nine tracks for her debut album ''Ascension'', released in 2010.

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She first came to prominence in 2008 after contributing vocals to the Marcus Knight club track "Dirty House Music". The song peaked at number four on the Beatport charts and entered the Australian ARIA Dance Charts twice. While she continued to sing on other club tracks such as "Venus", "Save Me", "Take Your Mind There" and "Give It Up", it was "Dirty House Music" and its underground success that caught the attention of US producer David Kershenbaum (a producer for artists such as DuranDuran, Music/DuranDuran, Music/ToriAmos, Tracy Chapman and Cat Stevens as well as being responsible for signing JanetJackson and Music/BryanAdams) -- leading him to produce nine tracks for her debut album ''Ascension'', released in 2010.


* DreamTeam: Production-wise, it seems Giulietta ''is'' this trope. In addition to Kershenbaum producing her debut, ''Ascension'' also featured mixing by Rob Orton (Music/LadyGaga, PetShopBoys, {{Usher}}, PixieLott) and Chris Cox (BritneySpears, {{Rihanna}}, Music/MichaelJackson, ChristinaAguilera). "Vertigo" was written by Ellis Miah (MileyCyrus, FallOutBoy, JoJo, BackstreetBoys) and was remixed by Dave Audé (SelenaGomez, Music/BlackEyedPeas, {{Beyonce}}, {{Music/Madonna}}). Both "Vertigo" and "Pixelated" were remixed by Audé's protege Jeremy Word (JenniferLopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Music/AshleeSimpson, [=FloRida=]). In addition, her single "No Where" was produced by Music/TPain.

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* DreamTeam: Production-wise, it seems Giulietta ''is'' this trope. In addition to Kershenbaum producing her debut, ''Ascension'' also featured mixing by Rob Orton (Music/LadyGaga, PetShopBoys, {{Usher}}, PixieLott) Music/{{Usher}}, Music/PixieLott) and Chris Cox (BritneySpears, {{Rihanna}}, Music/MichaelJackson, ChristinaAguilera). "Vertigo" was written by Ellis Miah (MileyCyrus, FallOutBoy, JoJo, BackstreetBoys) and was remixed by Dave Audé (SelenaGomez, Music/BlackEyedPeas, {{Beyonce}}, {{Music/Madonna}}). Both "Vertigo" and "Pixelated" were remixed by Audé's protege Jeremy Word (JenniferLopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Music/AshleeSimpson, [=FloRida=]). In addition, her single "No Where" was produced by Music/TPain.


* [[ThreeMinutesOfWrithing Five Minutes of Writhing]]: The videos for "Vertigo" and "Pixelated".



* TheMerch: Oh yes, [[http://giulietta.bigcartel.com/ even unsigned artists]] have official merchandising these days. Prior to the [[LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition deluxe packages]] of her second album being released, you could buy Giulietta-branded hats, shirts and singlets.


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* ThreeMinutesOfWrithing: Five in the case of the videos for "Vertigo" and "Pixelated".


* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2rmCtsuaJI&feature=plcp H.Y.F.R and Doing It Wrong]] (2012) ({{Drake}} cover {{medley}})

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2rmCtsuaJI&feature=plcp H.Y.F.R and Doing It Wrong]] (2012) ({{Drake}} (Music/{{Drake}} cover {{medley}})



** TheCoverChangesTheGender: Her covers of Kevin [=McCall's=] "Compliments", LilWayne's "How To Love" and a {{medley}} of {{Drake}}'s "HYFR" and "Doing it Wrong".

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** TheCoverChangesTheGender: Her covers of Kevin [=McCall's=] "Compliments", LilWayne's "How To Love" and a {{medley}} of {{Drake}}'s Music/{{Drake}}'s "HYFR" and "Doing it Wrong".


* DreamTeam: Production-wise, it seems Giulietta ''is'' this trope. In addition to Kershenbaum producing her debut, ''Ascension'' also featured mixing by Rob Orton (Music/LadyGaga, PetShopBoys, {{Usher}}, PixieLott) and Chris Cox (BritneySpears, {{Rihanna}}, MichaelJackson, ChristinaAguilera). "Vertigo" was written by Ellis Miah (MileyCyrus, FallOutBoy, JoJo, BackstreetBoys) and was remixed by Dave Audé (SelenaGomez, BlackEyedPeas, {{Beyonce}}, {{Music/Madonna}}). Both "Vertigo" and "Pixelated" were remixed by Audé's protege Jeremy Word (JenniferLopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Music/AshleeSimpson, [=FloRida=]). In addition, her single "No Where" was produced by Music/TPain.

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* DreamTeam: Production-wise, it seems Giulietta ''is'' this trope. In addition to Kershenbaum producing her debut, ''Ascension'' also featured mixing by Rob Orton (Music/LadyGaga, PetShopBoys, {{Usher}}, PixieLott) and Chris Cox (BritneySpears, {{Rihanna}}, MichaelJackson, Music/MichaelJackson, ChristinaAguilera). "Vertigo" was written by Ellis Miah (MileyCyrus, FallOutBoy, JoJo, BackstreetBoys) and was remixed by Dave Audé (SelenaGomez, BlackEyedPeas, Music/BlackEyedPeas, {{Beyonce}}, {{Music/Madonna}}). Both "Vertigo" and "Pixelated" were remixed by Audé's protege Jeremy Word (JenniferLopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Music/AshleeSimpson, [=FloRida=]). In addition, her single "No Where" was produced by Music/TPain.

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