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[[StageNames Havana Brown]] (born Angelique Meunier, 14 February 1985) is an Australian SynthPop singer and dancer of Mauritian background. She began her professional career as a DJ after a short stint in the UK GirlGroup "Fishbowl" ([[{{Vaporware}} who broke up before they could release their first single]]). She started [=DJing=] in Melbourne nightclubs before being approached by Island Records Australia to provide mixes for a compilation album. This later became the highly successful ''Crave'' series, with all of its seven volumes peaking inside the ARIA top 10 and two of those volumes attaining Gold status. In December 2009 Brown became the Austereo network's resident DJ, mixing on the radio show ''Party People''.

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[[StageNames Havana Brown]] (born Angelique Meunier, 14 February 1985) is an Australian UsefulNotes/{{Australia}}n SynthPop singer and dancer of Mauritian background. She began her professional career as a DJ after a short stint in the UK GirlGroup "Fishbowl" ([[{{Vaporware}} who broke up before they could release their first single]]). She started [=DJing=] in Melbourne nightclubs before being approached by Island Records Creator/IslandRecords Australia to provide mixes for a compilation album. This later became the highly successful ''Crave'' series, with all of its seven volumes peaking inside the ARIA top 10 and two of those volumes attaining Gold status. In December 2009 Brown became the Austereo network's resident DJ, mixing on the radio show ''Party People''.


[[StageNames Havana Brown]] (b. Angelique Meunier, 14 February 1985) is an Australian SynthPop singer and dancer of Mauritian background. She began her professional career as a DJ after a short stint in the UK GirlGroup "Fishbowl" ([[{{Vaporware}} who broke up before they could release their first single]]). She started [=DJing=] in Melbourne nightclubs before being approached by Island Records Australia to provide mixes for a compilation album. This later became the highly successful ''Crave'' series, with all of its seven volumes peaking inside the ARIA top 10 and two of those volumes attaining Gold status. In December 2009 Brown became the Austereo network's resident DJ, mixing on the radio show ''Party People''.

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[[StageNames Havana Brown]] (b. (born Angelique Meunier, 14 February 1985) is an Australian SynthPop singer and dancer of Mauritian background. She began her professional career as a DJ after a short stint in the UK GirlGroup "Fishbowl" ([[{{Vaporware}} who broke up before they could release their first single]]). She started [=DJing=] in Melbourne nightclubs before being approached by Island Records Australia to provide mixes for a compilation album. This later became the highly successful ''Crave'' series, with all of its seven volumes peaking inside the ARIA top 10 and two of those volumes attaining Gold status. In December 2009 Brown became the Austereo network's resident DJ, mixing on the radio show ''Party People''.


In 2011 Brown made the transition to being a pop singer, releasing her single "We Run the Night" to top 5 peaks in Australia (where it went three times platinum) and New Zealand (where it went platinum). Though Brown released a follow-up single, "Get It", soon afterwards, it wasn't as successful as "We Run the Night", barely peaking inside the ARIA top 40. Instead of following through with "Get It"'s promotion overseas, Brown enlisted the help of US producer [=RedOne=] (best known for his work with pretty much every single popstar post-Music/LadyGaga) and rapper Music/{{Pitbull}} for a remix of "We Run the Night". This version of the song had an alternate video, and it reached #1 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs and #21 on the US {{Billboard}} Pop Songs. It also charted in other territories such as Canada, Norway, France and Belgium.

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In 2011 Brown made the transition to being a pop singer, releasing her single "We Run the Night" to top 5 peaks in Australia (where it went three times platinum) and New Zealand (where it went platinum). Though Brown released a follow-up single, "Get It", soon afterwards, it wasn't as successful as "We Run the Night", barely peaking inside the ARIA top 40. Instead of following through with "Get It"'s promotion overseas, Brown enlisted the help of US producer [=RedOne=] (best known for his work with pretty much every single popstar post-Music/LadyGaga) and rapper Music/{{Pitbull}} for a remix of "We Run the Night". This version of the song had an alternate video, and it reached #1 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs and #21 on the US {{Billboard}} Billboard Pop Songs. It also charted in other territories such as Canada, Norway, France and Belgium.


In 2011 Brown made the transition to being a pop singer, releasing her single "We Run the Night" to top 5 peaks in Australia (where it went three times platinum) and New Zealand (where it went platinum). Though Brown released a follow-up single, "Get It", soon afterwards, it wasn't as successful as "We Run the Night", barely peaking inside the ARIA top 40. Instead of following through with "Get It"'s promotion overseas, Brown enlisted the help of US producer [=RedOne=] (best known for his work with pretty much every single popstar post-Music/LadyGaga) and rapper Music/{{Pitbull}} for a remix of "We Run the Night". This version of the song had an alternate video, and it reached #1 on the US {{Billboard}} Hot Dance Club Songs and #21 on the US {{Billboard}} Pop Songs. It also charted in other territories such as Canada, Norway, France and Belgium.

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In 2011 Brown made the transition to being a pop singer, releasing her single "We Run the Night" to top 5 peaks in Australia (where it went three times platinum) and New Zealand (where it went platinum). Though Brown released a follow-up single, "Get It", soon afterwards, it wasn't as successful as "We Run the Night", barely peaking inside the ARIA top 40. Instead of following through with "Get It"'s promotion overseas, Brown enlisted the help of US producer [=RedOne=] (best known for his work with pretty much every single popstar post-Music/LadyGaga) and rapper Music/{{Pitbull}} for a remix of "We Run the Night". This version of the song had an alternate video, and it reached #1 on the US {{Billboard}} Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs and #21 on the US {{Billboard}} Pop Songs. It also charted in other territories such as Canada, Norway, France and Belgium.


Brown has, as a DJ, supported the Music/PussycatDolls and BritneySpears and, as a singer, supported ChrisBrown. She also cites JanetJackson as her major influence.

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Brown has, as a DJ, supported the Music/PussycatDolls and BritneySpears Music/BritneySpears and, as a singer, supported ChrisBrown. Music/ChrisBrown. She also cites JanetJackson Music/JanetJackson as her major influence.


In 2011 Brown made the transition to being a pop singer, releasing her single "We Run the Night" to top 5 peaks in Australia (where it went three times platinum) and New Zealand (where it went platinum). Though Brown released a follow-up single, "Get It", soon afterwards, it wasn't as successful as "We Run the Night", barely peaking inside the ARIA top 40. Instead of following through with "Get It"'s promotion overseas, Brown enlisted the help of US producer [=RedOne=] (best known for his work with pretty much every single popstar post-LadyGaga) and rapper Music/{{Pitbull}} for a remix of "We Run the Night". This version of the song had an alternate video, and it reached #1 on the US {{Billboard}} Hot Dance Club Songs and #21 on the US {{Billboard}} Pop Songs. It also charted in other territories such as Canada, Norway, France and Belgium.

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In 2011 Brown made the transition to being a pop singer, releasing her single "We Run the Night" to top 5 peaks in Australia (where it went three times platinum) and New Zealand (where it went platinum). Though Brown released a follow-up single, "Get It", soon afterwards, it wasn't as successful as "We Run the Night", barely peaking inside the ARIA top 40. Instead of following through with "Get It"'s promotion overseas, Brown enlisted the help of US producer [=RedOne=] (best known for his work with pretty much every single popstar post-LadyGaga) post-Music/LadyGaga) and rapper Music/{{Pitbull}} for a remix of "We Run the Night". This version of the song had an alternate video, and it reached #1 on the US {{Billboard}} Hot Dance Club Songs and #21 on the US {{Billboard}} Pop Songs. It also charted in other territories such as Canada, Norway, France and Belgium.


She released an EP entitled ''When The Lights Go Out'' in July 2012 and will release a full-length studio album later in 2012.

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She released an EP entitled ''When The the Lights Go Out'' in July 2012 and will release a full-length studio album later has released ''Flashing Lights'' ([[NoExportForYou IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND ONLY!!!!]]) in 2012.2013.



* ''When The Lights Go Out'' (EP) (2012)

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* ''When The the Lights Go Out'' (EP) (2012)(2012)
* ''Flashing Lights'' (2013)

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* AlbumTitleDrop: "We Run the Night": "'''''When the lights go out''''', out, out, out / Boy, are you afraid of the dark, dark?"


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* MsFanserviceMsFanservice: Just take a look at the page image.


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[[StageNames Havana Brown]] (b. Angelique Meunier, 14 February 1985) is an Australian SynthPop singer and dancer who began her professional career as a DJ after a short stint in the UK GirlGroup "Fishbowl" ([[{{Vaporware}} who broke up before they could release their first single]]). She started [=DJing=] in Melbourne nightclubs before being approached by Island Records Australia to provide mixes for a compilation album. This later became the highly successful ''Crave'' series, with all of its seven volumes peaking inside the ARIA top 10 and two of those volumes attaining Gold status. In December 2009 Brown became the Austereo network's resident DJ, mixing on the radio show ''Party People''.

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[[StageNames Havana Brown]] (b. Angelique Meunier, 14 February 1985) is an Australian SynthPop singer and dancer who of Mauritian background. She began her professional career as a DJ after a short stint in the UK GirlGroup "Fishbowl" ([[{{Vaporware}} who broke up before they could release their first single]]). She started [=DJing=] in Melbourne nightclubs before being approached by Island Records Australia to provide mixes for a compilation album. This later became the highly successful ''Crave'' series, with all of its seven volumes peaking inside the ARIA top 10 and two of those volumes attaining Gold status. In December 2009 Brown became the Austereo network's resident DJ, mixing on the radio show ''Party People''.



Brown represented Australia in the TV Song Festival for the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) in 2012.



* AWildRapperAppears: Pitbull in "We Run the Night", [[StrictlyFormula saying the same things he usually does in his guest spots]].

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* AWildRapperAppears: Pitbull in "We Run the Night", [[StrictlyFormula saying the same things he usually does in his guest spots]].


In 2011 Brown made the transition to being a pop singer, releasing her single "We Run the Night" to top 5 peaks in Australia (where it went three times platinum) and New Zealand (where it went platinum). Though Brown released a follow-up single, "Get It", soon afterwards, it wasn't as successful as "We Run the Night", barely peaking inside the ARIA top 40. Instead of following through with "Get It"'s promotion overseas, Brown enlisted the help of US producer [=RedOne=] (best known for his work with pretty much every single popstar post-LadyGaga) and rapper {{Pitbull}} for a remix of "We Run the Night". This version of the song had an alternate video, and it reached #1 on the US {{Billboard}} Hot Dance Club Songs and #21 on the US {{Billboard}} Pop Songs. It also charted in other territories such as Canada, Norway, France and Belgium.

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In 2011 Brown made the transition to being a pop singer, releasing her single "We Run the Night" to top 5 peaks in Australia (where it went three times platinum) and New Zealand (where it went platinum). Though Brown released a follow-up single, "Get It", soon afterwards, it wasn't as successful as "We Run the Night", barely peaking inside the ARIA top 40. Instead of following through with "Get It"'s promotion overseas, Brown enlisted the help of US producer [=RedOne=] (best known for his work with pretty much every single popstar post-LadyGaga) and rapper {{Pitbull}} Music/{{Pitbull}} for a remix of "We Run the Night". This version of the song had an alternate video, and it reached #1 on the US {{Billboard}} Hot Dance Club Songs and #21 on the US {{Billboard}} Pop Songs. It also charted in other territories such as Canada, Norway, France and Belgium.



* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP4dnGkZne4&list=UUZ0Qqb18r_9LWBTyMdW9BWw&index=0&feature=plcp We Run the Night (featuring Pitbull)]]

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP4dnGkZne4&list=UUZ0Qqb18r_9LWBTyMdW9BWw&index=0&feature=plcp We Run the Night (featuring Pitbull)]]Music/{{Pitbull}})]]


* InDaClub: ''All'' of her songs released so far have a club theme, and her three videos feature her dancing ([[MsFanservice sexily]]) in a club.

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* InDaClub: ''All'' of her songs released so far have a club theme, and her three videos feature her dancing ([[MsFanservice ([[{{Fanservice}} sexily]]) in a club.


Brown has, as a DJ, supported the Pussycat Dolls and BritneySpears and, as a singer, supported ChrisBrown. She also cites JanetJackson as her major influence.

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Brown has, as a DJ, supported the Pussycat Dolls Music/PussycatDolls and BritneySpears and, as a singer, supported ChrisBrown. She also cites JanetJackson as her major influence.

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