[Musicians’ Galore] Ina Wroldsen

27 Dec

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Ina Wroldsen is a Norwegian singer/songwriter.

Her credits include “Empires” (Shakira), “Hold My Hand” (Jess Glynne), “Rockabye” (Clean Bandit), “Impossible” (Shontelle), “Melodies” (Madison Beer), “Adore” (Jasmine Thompson), “Love is the Name” (Sofia Carson), “Lionheart” (Demi Lovato) and “Twilight” (Cover Drive).

Other artists Wroldsen has worked with are Britney Spears (“He About to Lose Me”), Leona Lewis (“Come Alive”), Fleur East (“Like That”), Olly Murs (“Better Without You”), Alexandra Burke (“Call Myself a Liar”), Rebecca Ferguson (“My Best”), Pixie Lott (“Gravity”) and Jade Ewen (“Punching Out”).

In addition to being the main vocalist of pop/electronic music duo Ask Embla with fellow Icelandic musician Arnthor Birgisson, Wroldsen has provided guest vocals for Calvin Harris (“How Deep is Your Love”), Martin Solveig (“Places”), Chris Loco (“Human”) and Sigma (“Feels Like Home”).

Her extensive resume boasts further works with producers Steve Mac, Arnthor Birgisson, Andreas Romdhane, Josef Larossi, Fraser T. Smith, Christopher Braide, Guy Chambers, Jonas Jeberg, Fred Ball, Jez Ashurst, Laconic, Christian “Bloodshy” Karlsson, Pontus “Avant” Winnberg, Joshua “Ammo” Coleman, Shellback, Carl Falk, Rami Yacoub, Dallas Austin, and TMS.

On the songwriting front, Wroldsen has co-penned songs with Erika Nuri, Bonnie McKee, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Rosina “Soaky Siren” Russell, Emily Warren, Ross Golan, Claude Kelly, Ed Drewett, Wayne Hector, and Evan “Kidd” Bogart.

Hope you enjoy the following playlist dedicated to Wroldsen’s work!

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