AleXa (알렉사; formerly as Alex Christine) is an American singer under ZB Label.

She made her solo debut on October 21, 2019 with the single "Bomb".


2016–2017: Rising Legends Season 1 and 2

In 2016, she participated in audition competition program Rising Legends, presented by Soompi and 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.[2] 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.[3]

2018–2019: Produce 48 and solo debut

In May 2018, she participated in Produce 48, representing ZB Label (a subsidiary under Zanybros).[4] 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.[5] She officially made her solo debut on October 21, 2019 with the digital single album "Bomb".

2020: Fandom name and Do Or Die

She announced that her fandom will be called A.I Trooper on January 16, 2020.[1]

On February 21, ZB Label revealed that Alexa was currently preparing for her first comeback in March.[6] 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.[7]

On March 3, it was reported that AleXa had signed with talent agency ICM Partners for her U.S activities.[8]

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..[9]

Personal life


She is a graduated student of Jenks High School and had attended Tulsa Community College.[10]




Digital singles




Digital singles



  • Legendary: Making of a K-Pop Star (Viki, 2018)

Reality shows

Variety shows

  • Trip? Trap! (YouTube, 2020)

Music video appearances


  • Her mother is from Korean descent and her father, American-Russian descent.[10]



Official links

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