Bio

SUPER FËMMES

Therese Grankvist

Therese’s career started when she called a record company and recorded her singing on their answering machine. When she later met Dr. Alban, he convinced her to join the new eurodance project Drömhus. In 1997, Drömhus’s first single ”Du och jag” (”You and I”) was released. The big breakthrough, however, came in 1998 with the single ”Vill ha dig” (”Want You”), a cover of a hit by the band Freestyle in the 1980s.

At the Melodifestivalen, the Swedish qualification for Eurovision Song Contest, in 1999, Drömhus competed with the song ”Stjärna på himmelen” (”Star in the Sky”) and finished on second place. Under her name Therese released the single ”Monkey” in 2002. She may be best known for her internationally successful collaborations with Swedish DJ and producer StoneBridge, ”Put ’Em High” and ”Take Me Away”, released on Hed Kandi in 2004.

Emilia Mitiku

Her world hit ”Big Big world” had break through internationally when it was released in 1998. Emilia was discovered in 1996 by Lars Anderson, son of ABBA’s manager, Stig Anderson. She used the mononym of Emilia in the first years of her career, but more recently she has started to perform under the name of Emilia Mitiku, using her father’s surname.

In 2009, she competed in Melodifestivalen, the Swedish national selection for Eurovision Song Contest, with the song ”You’re My World”. She advanced directly from her heat; however, she placed ninth in the final. She released her album My World in 2009. Her single ”Teardrops” was released to radio stations on 2 June 2009. 

Denise ”DeDe” Lopez

With 500 000 albums sold she has toured the world and has sold out Tokyo Dome in Japan twice! She was the only Swedish artist to open up for Michael Jackson in Gothenburg, Sweden and was opening act to 50 Cent in Helsinki, Finland.

She has worked with prominent producers and song writers such as Max Martin, Andreas Carlsson, Per Magnusson, David Kreuger, Anders Bagge, Derek Bramble (David Bowie & Whitney Houston), Herbie Crichlow, Father Mc, Pras Michel (Fugees), Mc Lyte and Michael Feiner among others.

She started her carrier as a dancer & backup singer and toured around the world between 1989-1994 with Dr.AlbanMelodie MC and the famous dance group Culture Beat (Mr. Vain). During her last year with Culture Beat she signed her first record deal and recorded the album TBA (Totally Bombastic Anecdotes) with Sony Music Sweden under her nick- name DeDe. Her second single (Party) opened up the market in Japan and her first album TBA went gold within a month.
Her most recent single ”Dare To Change The World” feat. Mc Lyte toped the US top20 chart in USA 2018.

Mia Schotte Miio

Member of the duo Miio together with Josefine Willers.

Mia & Josefine first met in the children’s artist industry and performed together for the first time at the age of 10 years old at Soffipropp (TV4).

They have had collaborations with several Swedish rap legends such as Ken Ring, Ayo and Daddy Boastin. During the years they have been touring with the hits and still does.

Josefine WillersMiio

Member of the duo Miio together with Mia Schotte. Mia & Josefine first met in the children’s artist industry and performed together for the first time at the age of 10 years old at Soffipropp (TV4). The group scored chart successes in Sweden between 2003–2005.
The most commercially successful new act in 2003 with two singles and an album that sold gold.

They have had collaborations with several Swedish rap legends such as Ken Ring, Ayo and Daddy Boastin. During the years they have been touring with the hits and still does.