Ina Christine Wroldsen was born on 29 May 2984 in a small Norwegian town, Sandefjord. Ina became interested in music very early and practiced her skills in her free time. When she turned 17, Wroldsen participated in the music contest Fame Factory, which was arranged on a Scandinavian channel TV3. She won the contest and decided to devote her life to music.
In 2004, Ina released her first single, “Suddenly” with the assistance of Waterfall Records. The debut song didn’t become successful. The young singer continued her hard work and released another single “You Could Only See Me”. In 2005, she presented one more song “Sorry”. Neither of the two became popular. IN 2006, Wroldsen realized that she might not make it as a singer. However, the artist didn’t give up. She decided to keep developing her impressive songwriting talent. Ina began writing songs for other artists.
In 2007, Maria Arredondo recorded Ina’s song “You Could Only See Me” and made it a part of her LP, For a Moment. Ina moved to London and, together with other songwriters, began working with a British- Irish girl band, The Saturdays. The young woman helped record eight tracks for the group’s debut LP, Chasing Lights, two of which, “Up” and “If This Love”, made it into the top-10 of the British charts.