Björk

Björk is an Icelandic singer, music producer, composer, songwriter and actress. Her music is inspired by pop, electronica, trip-hop, alternative, jazz, folk and classical. Since early childhood, she was musically trained in singing, piano and flute. After one of her teachers sent a vocal recording of I Love To Love by Tina Charles to Radio One, she became known throughout Iceland.

Bjork released her debut album Debut in 1993, together with Nellee Hooper, who had already produced records for Massive Attack, Madonna and No Doubt, among others. Her 1995 album Post reached a high position, number two in the UK charts. In 1997, Björk released Homogenic, an album that reveals Björk's emotional side and her closeness to nature. In 2001, the album reached gold album status in the US. The same year saw the release of Vespertine, an album in which she incorporated experimental elements such as Inuit choirs, experimental groups and a chamber orchestra. She also sang at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and released the album Medúlla. This was followed by the albums Volta (2007), Biophilia (2011), Vulnicura (2015), Utopia (2017) and Fossora (2022). Rolling Stone magazine listed her as one of the top 100 female vocalists and top 100 songwriters of all time.

About Björk

Björk is an Icelandic singer, music producer, composer, songwriter and actress. Her music is inspired by pop, electronica, trip-hop, alternative, jazz, folk and classical. Since early childhood, she was musically trained in singing, piano and flute. After one of her teachers sent a vocal recording of I Love To Love by Tina Charles to Radio One, she became known throughout Iceland.

Bjork released her debut album Debut in 1993, together with Nellee Hooper, who had already produced records for Massive Attack, Madonna and No Doubt, among others. Her 1995 album Post reached a high position, number two in the UK charts. In 1997, Björk released Homogenic, an album that reveals Björk's emotional side and her closeness to nature. In 2001, the album reached gold album status in the US. The same year saw the release of Vespertine, an album in which she incorporated experimental elements such as Inuit choirs, experimental groups and a chamber orchestra. She also sang at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and released the album Medúlla. This was followed by the albums Volta (2007), Biophilia (2011), Vulnicura (2015), Utopia (2017) and Fossora (2022). Rolling Stone magazine listed her as one of the top 100 female vocalists and top 100 songwriters of all time.

Genres: Pop, Electronic, Experimental

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