AleXa (알렉사; formerly as Alex Christine) is an American dancer, singer and songwriter under ZB Label.
She made her solo debut on October 21, 2019 with the single "Bomb".
In 2016, she participated in audition competition program Rising Legends, presented by JYP Entertainment. She won under the dancers category and received a one-on-one audition with JYPE.
In 2017, she participated in Rising Legends: Season 2, eventually becoming the event's grand prize winner which included a five-day trip to Seoul and a chance to audition for Cube Entertainment.
A Viki original series titled Legendary: Making of a K-Pop Star which follows her journey to South Korea for the K-pop experience premiered on January 11, 2018.
In May 2018, she participated in Produce 48, representing ZB Label (a subsidiary under Zanybros). She was eliminated in episode 5 and finished in 82nd place.
On October 1, 2019, Alex (now going under the name AleXa) released a teaser video on her Instagram for her then upcoming solo debut.
She officially made her solo debut on October 21, 2019 with the digital single album "Bomb".
She announced that her fandom will be called A.I Trooper on January 16, 2020.
On February 21, ZB Label revealed that Alexa was currently preparing for her first comeback in March.
On February 25, she released the music video for the pre-release track "A.I. Trooper". The single "Do Or Die" was released on March 6.
On March 3, it was reported that AleXa had signed with talent agency ICM Partners for her U.S activities.
Her first EP Do Or Die was released on April 1 and includes her previously released singles and the new track "Kitty Run". The EP was distributed worldwide through Avex Entertainment Inc.
On September 4, AleXa and German producer TheFatRat released the collaboration single "Rule The World".
On October 9, a teaser video was released, revealing her comeback logo. The following day, her comeback date was confirmed to be on October 21 with the mini album Decoherence, which includes her pre-release single "Villain".
- "Bomb (Rock Ver.)" (with DIABLO) (2019)
- "Be the Future" (with Dreamcatcher & IN2IT) (2020)
- "Is It On" (with Bader AlShuaibi) (2021)
- "Strike It Up" (2018)
- "Somehow Family OST Part.9" (2021)
- Her mother is from Korean descent and her father, American-Russian descent.