Tove Styrke – Swedish singer and songwriter
Tove Styrke’s full name is Tove Anna Linnéa Östman Styrke. She was born on 19 November 1992 in Umea, Sweden. The singer has an older and a younger sister. She grew up in a musical family. He father Anders Ostman was also a singer. In 1975, his song "Vindens melodi" appeared on the dance charts. Tove’s mother was a dance teacher. The young artist loved to attend her lessons. Even though Styrke has an impressive talent and a big wish to succeed, she had to make a great effort to become famous.
Styrke began her career when she was 17 years old. The singer signed a contract with Sony Music and released a hit single “Million Pieces”, written together with Adam Olenius, Shout Out Louds, and Lykke Li. At about the same time, the artist took part in the music contest Det bästa från Idol with the song ”Hot n Cold”.
In 2010, Tove released her debut album Tove Styrke. The LP appeared on the charts in Sweden, Germany, and the UK. It featured such popular songs as "Beating on a Better Drum", "Chaos", "Stalker in Your Speaker", "Bad Time for a Good Time", and "Million Pieces", which became a hit months earlier. Fredrik Berger, Patrik Berger, Adam Olenius, and Lykke Li wrote the majority of the tracks. However, Tove herself also wrote a few. The album climbed to the 10th spot of Sverigetopplistan (Swedish chart). Many fans dreamed to book Tove Styrke for their private events, but they rarely succeeded due to her busy schedule.