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Emilia Mitiku

Emilia Rydberg also known as Emilia Mitiku (born 5 January 1978, Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish pop music and soul singer, mostly known for her hit, "Big Big World". Emilia was discovered in 1996 by Lars Anderson, son of ABBA's manager, Stig Anderson.

Rydberg's father is Ethiopian singer Teshome Mitiku, and her mother is Swedish. She used an alias of Emilia in the first years of her career but in 2012 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 alb...

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Håkon Kornstad

Håkon Kornstad is a Norwegian jazz saxophonist best known for his solo project, where he layers saxophone with a loop machine and creates spontaneous compositions. His playing is inspired by saxophonists like Stan Getz and fellow Norwegian Jan Garbarek, but also contemporaries such as Mats Gustafsson. In 2009 he discovered opera at the Met in NYC, and decided to start taking singing lessons, resulting in a rather special turn for his career. In his own ensemble he now combines Scandinavian jazz and opera arias. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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