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Stacie Orrico


R&B singer-songwriter whose track “(There’s Gotta End up being) More alive” debuted in #30 around the Billboard Hot 100. She relocated frequently as a kid due to her parent’s like of travel. She debuted using the solitary “Stuck.” Her initial album, Genuine, offered 13,000 copies in only the very first week of its launch. She’s four siblings: a mature brother Jesse, who’s a filmmaker; a mature sister Rachel, and twin more youthful siblings Joshua and Alicia. She considers Lauryn Hill her preferred singer.

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Full Name Stacie Orrico
Date Of Birth March 3, 1986
Place Of Birth Seattle, WA
Profession R&B Singer
Nationality American
Parents Patti Orrico, Dean Orrico
Siblings Rachel Orrico, Joshua Orrico, Alicia Orrico, Jesse Orrico
Nominations Mnet Asian Music Award for Best International Artist
Movies Stacie Orrico: Live in Japan, WOW Hits 2005
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1Working on her third album which is slated to be release in early 2006. [September 2005]
2Parents: Dean and Patty Orrico
3Hobbies: Designing clothes, Cosmetology, Baking, Shopping, hanging out in the sun, and playing football.
4Was discovered at a 1998 Christian Artist Seminar winning top honors in the 12-18 age bracket
5Likes shopping in Japan because she is petite, so she can fit in their clothes easily.
6Her family worked as missionaries in the Ukraine when she was a child.
7Has been nominated for 9 Dove Awards throughout her career.
8Favorite artists: Lauryn Hill, Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, Billie Holiday, 50 Cent, and Stevie Wonder.
9Her CD, Genuine, sold over 13,000 copies the first week making her the First New Female Christian artist with the highest sales ever! "Genuine" has sold 500,000 copies thus far, the album is certified Gold. Her sophomore effort, "Stacie Orrico" debuted at #67 on the Billboard 200 and has sold over 500,000 copies so far in the US and is certified Gold. "Stacie Orrico" has sold 600,000 in Japan and 1.5 million copies worldwide.
10Was signed at 12 years old to Forefront Records in 1999 and co-signed to Virgin Records at age 16 in April 2002.
11Has a recording studio in her home.
12Her 10 year old cousin had her dream come true from the "Make A Wish Foundation" of meeting the Backstreet Boys before she died (from cancer). Stacie sang at her funeral.
13She and Rachael Lampa are best friends.
14Some of her favorite older musicians are Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, and Billie Holiday.
15Her song "Ride" was recorded by another Christian R&B singer named Lori-El.
16Used to have a cat named Brooky.
17Had 11 fish and 2 cats.
18Her favorite stores include Posh, Bebe, Diesel, Traffic, Rampage, and other little boutiques.
19Has siblings: Jesse - older brother (24 years old) - a filmmaker, Rachel - older sister (22 years old) - student at Pepperdine University, Joshua & Alicia - younger twin siblings (14 years old).
20Lived in Seattle until she was 9.
21Has Italian/German heritage.
22Has a dog named Sadie.
23Attended King's Elementary and Faith Christian Academy.
24Lives in Nashville, Tennesee.
25Three-and-a-half octave voice.
26Her single, "Don't Look at Me" held the #1 spot on the Christian Hit Radio charts for a record-breaking eight consecutive weeks.
27Contemporary Christian vocalist.



Robots2005performer: "THERE'S GOTTA BE MORE TO LIFE"
Australian Idol2003TV Series writer - 1 episode
American Dreams2002TV Series performer: "My Boyfriend's Back"



American Dreams2003TV SeriesThe Angels' Singer



Come Together Now2005Video documentary shortHerself
Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade2004TV SpecialHerself
Stacie Orrico: Live in Tokyo2004VideoHerself
Total Request Live2004TV SeriesHerself
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade2003TV SpecialHerself
2003 Radio Music Awards2003TV SpecialHerself
TRL Italy2003TV SeriesHerself

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Now That's What I Call Music!: The Best Videos of 2003!2003VideoHerself (segment "[There's Gotta Be] More to Life")

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1When I get home I'll still have to unload the dishwasher and clean my room. Last night my mom got so fed up of my messy floor in my room she picked it all up off the floor and put it on my bed so I would have to clean it up before I went to bed!
2I have always dressed a little bit differently, even when I was in school. I would wear skirts over pants because I went to a Christian private school and wanted to wear short skirts, but we had to wear skirts below our knees, so I put on a pair of jeans underneath so I could wear the skirt, too. When you become an artist you have to be so aware of what you're wearing all the time, but I've definitely wanted to stay classy, girlie, and feminine - I won't walk around in my bra or trashy clothes. I don't feel attractive that way.
3I don't want to date someone who the whole world knows. Obviously, there are guys you look at and are like, 'Aww yeah, nice,' but I definitely have an anti-celebrity dating thing.
4I was in the beginning of junior high. When I was first offered the record deal, a lot of people were concerned, saying to me, "Stacie, you are so young, and you have a great talent but you don't have to do this right now." If you can do it now, you're only going to get better, you're only going to learn more, and you can do it at any point in your life.
5I'm such an independent person, I always want to do everything myself.
6I am very determined when it comes to my music, and I grew up just loving those singers who had that urban sort of feeling. So when it came down to making my record, I wanted to have that as well. ForeFront was really good about letting me go in that direction and then of course adding the more pop sounds. I feel very fortunate that I got to explore some unique and creative angles musically.
7Overall, everyone has been respectful of my boundaries and my morals as a Christian and an artist. Sometimes I'll go to photo shoots, and they'll pull out some stuff that I'm not comfortable wearing, and I just tell them 'no'. I'm very glad God made me a person who's not afraid to say what I think. I can just go, 'No, I'm not going to wear that!'
8I truly feel that this album is an expression of who I am. It is desperately an urban/R&B record, though with at least eight different writers and four producers, it show great diversity. I hope my peers can relate to it and understood that I am going through the same things as they are. - on her album
9My faith plays a huge role in what I do. It is the foundation for what I do and the decisions that I make as far as what I want to sing about and what I will or won't do or will or won't wear. I don't want to do stuff for men's magazines; I don't really think that's my audience who I'm trying to reach, and I feel like it kind of degrades women. There are things that I don't want to be a part of
10I think so many times we feel like we're lacking something in our lives and we try to fill it with the wrong things. Sometimes it's drugs, sometimes it's a relationship you shouldn't be in.
11I don't want to shove the Bible down someone's throat with my music. That's not my goal.

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