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Marius Moga (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈmarjus ˈmoɡa]) is a Romanian producer, composer, and singer,[1][2] known in Europe. He writes and produces music in various styles and genres, especially pop, R&B and club music. In 2011, he became the judge and mentor of the reality singing show Vocea României.

Marius Moga
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Moga performing in Russia, 2011
Marius Moga

(1981-12-30) December 30, 1981 (age 37)
Alba Iulia, Romania
ResidenceBucharest, Los Angeles
Other names
  • Maxi Mo
  • Little Mozart
  • Singer
  • composer
  • producer
Years active2000–present
Bianca Lăpuşte (m. 2015)
RelativesIulian Moga (brother)
Musical career
Associated acts


Early lifeEdit

Moga spent his early years in a family with many interests related to music: a great-grandfather wrote for a traditional music ensemble, while his grandfather knew banjo and his grandmother sang in a church choir. His father taught guitar, and his mother was a canto teacher. Marius has a brother, Iulian, who is a video director.

During high school, Moga composed for Talk to Me, the band he had with Daniel Comaniciu a song entitled "Night." It is his first success, which places him at the forefront of the music scene of Alba-Iulia. Along with Dan Comaniciu makes the first album released in Zoom Studio Valcea . In 2000, he will be invited to Bucharest by Adrian Sina, member of the group Akcent, for which he composes the song “ Ti-am promis” ,ranked highly in the charts.

Music careerEdit

Morandi (band)Edit

Personal lifeEdit


Ma Doare la Bass- feat. Shift & What's Up (2018)


  1. ^ "Cele mai bune piese compuse de Marius Moga". OK! magazine (in Romanian). December 12, 2015. Retrieved 28 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Fiul Andreei Esca in noul videoclip Guess Who, 'Tot Mai Sus'! VIDEO". Pro FM (in Romanian). June 15, 2011. Archived from the original on 11 September 2012. Retrieved 5 July 2011.

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