Mika-real name Michael Holbrook Penniman-was born in 1983 in Beirut, a Lebanese mother and an American father. First he lived in France, from nine years but permanently in London. Unusual vocal range five-octaves-developed by studying the classics and the clock for the Russian Opera wonders Ally Ablaberdyeva. All hope to him interstitial confirmed Mike debut album Life in Cartoon Motion, which sold six million. Undaunted, infectious pop anthems Grace Kelly, Love Today, or Relax, Take It Easy then captured all the world charts and Britain boasted a new pop sensation. Mike since he took away most of the price-the Brit Awards, The World Music Awards, The Ivor Novello Award, NJR Music-and in addition to the Grammy nominations with dozens of other polls in 30 countries. In France, he was awarded the Mike even prestigious Knight's order of Arts and literature. No less than the debut, then sold following The Boy Who Knew Too Much with guest Imogen Heap and Owen Pallettem. On the third album Origin of Love with him an American singer and rapper Pharell Williams, producer Nick Littlemore or William Orbit. In June 2015, released the latest album called fourth-No Place In Heaven, which was produced by Mike's longtime collaborator Gregg Wells (Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Adele, Rufus Wainwright).