1. Fantasia Monique Barrino, or simply Fantasia (born June 30, 1984 in High Point, North Carolina), an African-American rhythm and blues singer, who came to fame as the winner of the third season of the television series American Idol.

Fantasia has released five studio albums Free Yourself (2004), Fantasia (2006), Back To Me (2008), Side Effects of You (2013), The Definition of... (2016), and a holiday album, Christmas After Midnight (2017).

In addition to her music career, Fantasia has also ventured into other pursuits such as publishing, acting, and Broadway. In her memoir "Life is Not a Fairy Tale", she reveals intimate details about herself, including her functional illiteracy. The book was later adapted into a Lifetime movie of the same name in 2006. Directed by famed actress and choreographer Debbie Allen, it received 19 million viewers, making it Lifetime's second-most viewed program of all time.

During 2007, Fantasia was on Broadway performing as Celie in The Color Purple, the hit musical based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker. Her performance had earned rave reviews and helped boost ticket sales as well as her album sales. After her Broadway stint ended in January 2008, Fantasia was back on the road again touring and is said to be preparing for her next studio album.

2. Fantasia is also the first name from the French symphonic metalband Fairyland. They called themselves 'Fantasia' when they made demos like 'Cruel Death' and 'The King'. But when they came with their debute album, they changed their name in Fairyland.

3. Fantasia is a progressive rock band from Pietarsaari, Finland. Originally named St. Marcus Blues Band (founded in 1967), the bassist Markku Lönngren came up with the new name from Amazing Blondel's album called "Fantasia Lindum" and thus changed the name to "Fantasia" in 1973.

The band defined their sound somewhere between progressive rock and hard rock although the sound mainly resembles to those of the other 1970's prog rock bands, such as Finnish compatriots Wigwam and Tabula Rasa. Fantasia released only one self-titled album in 1975 with only 2000 copies sold (which made it a almost a "rarity" amongst the prog rock collectors), but has been reissued on CD by Rocket-Records in 2010.

Line-up: Hannu Lindblom (guitars & vocals), Harri Piha (bass), Karl-Erik Rönngård (drums) and Roul Helantie (organs & piano).

Song lyric Ain't All Bad AIN'T ALL BAD Fantasia
Song lyric Ain’t Gon’ Beg You AIN’T GON’ BEG YOU Fantasia
Song lyric Bad Girl BAD GIRL Fantasia
Song lyric Bittersweet BITTERSWEET Fantasia
Song lyric Collard Greens & Cornbread COLLARD GREENS & CORNBREAD Fantasia
Song lyric End of Me END OF ME Fantasia
Song lyric Enough ENOUGH Fantasia
Song lyric Even Angels EVEN ANGELS Fantasia
Song lyric I Nominate You I NOMINATE YOU Fantasia
Song lyric I'm Doin' Me I'M DOIN' ME Fantasia
Song lyric In Deep IN DEEP Fantasia
Song lyric Lighthouse LIGHTHOUSE Fantasia
Song lyric Lose to Win LOSE TO WIN Fantasia
Song lyric Man of the House MAN OF THE HOUSE Fantasia
Song lyric PTSD (feat. Tank & the Bonfyre) PTSD (FEAT. TANK & THE BONFYRE) Fantasia
Song lyric Roller Coasters ROLLER COASTERS Fantasia
Song lyric Side Effects of You SIDE EFFECTS OF YOU Fantasia
Song lyric Sleeping With The One I Love SLEEPING WITH THE ONE I LOVE Fantasia
Song lyric So Blue SO BLUE Fantasia
Song lyric Teach Me TEACH ME Fantasia
Song lyric Two Weeks Notice TWO WEEKS NOTICE Fantasia
Song lyric What Christmas Means to Me WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS TO ME Fantasia
Song lyric When I See U WHEN I SEE U Fantasia
Song lyric When I See U (instumental) WHEN I SEE U (INSTUMENTAL) Fantasia
Song lyric Wild at Heart WILD AT HEART Fantasia
Song lyric Without Me WITHOUT ME Fantasia