Introducing Tove Styrke.
After taking third place in 2009′s Swedish version of Pop Idol 19 year old singer Tove Styrke joined forces with Swedish producer’s Janne Kask, Peter Ågren, Patrik Berger (of Robyn‘s “Dancing On My Own”), Adam Olenius and song writing help from Lykke Li, to deliver her self-titled debut album in late 2010.
Styrke’s production team delivered an addictive pop gem that combines the bubbling electronica of Robyn, the hipster synth pop of Annie and the hook-laden stylings of Kylie Minogue. Styrke’s sweet delicate vocals and slight accent shine brightly throughout the album. Her voice feels new and refreshing, and its one of the strongest features of the album. If you are craving for new pop music then a look no further—check out Tove Styrke’s debut album.
Styrke has recently re-emerged with a brand new infectious dance single called “Call My Name” and a remake of “Bad Time For A Good Time,” a track that originally appeared on her debut album. The track has been heavily revamped and features one of my favorite female MC’s Ana Rab Aka Gnucci Banana!
Listen to some tracks from her debut-album below and watch the videos for the brand new singles!
Tove Styrke – Beating On A Better Drum
Tove Styrke – White Light Moment
Tove Styrke – Stalker In Your Speaker