After her first German-language platinum album Muttersprache (Mother Tongue) was a huge success in 2015, Sarah Connor is going on her great Germany tour, which brings her to the Leipzig Arena on the 15 March.
Sarah Connor released her ninth studio album Muttersprache, her first album to be entirely recorded in German. Encouraged to record songs in her native language, following her performances on Sing meinen Song, she worked with a smaller range of producers on the album, including Daniel Faust, Peter Plate, and Ulf Leo Sommer. Upon its release, Muttersprache debuted on top of on the German Albums Chart, becoming her second number-one album following 2005's Naughty but Nice. With first week sales of more than 100,000 copies in Germany, Muttersprache was certified gold just days after its release. It has since been certified platinum. The album also debuted at number-one on the Swiss Albums Chart, her first album to do so. "Wie schön du bist" became Connor's highest-charting single in a decade, reaching number two on the German Singles Chart, and sold over 260,000 copies.