Isak Danielson, born name reads Danielsson, a 18 year-old singer and songwriter from Sweden, born and raised in Brännemysten, Hovas (Gothenburg), currently student at the University of Gothenburg.
Above all, he loves jazz, singing sad songs, he especially likes cackling chickens (that are real live chickens, non crispy baked McDonald's menu). He likes to compose on the piano, altough it stands in room of both sisters.
Isak first came to public attention by taking part in X Factor, Sweden, 2012. According to viewers' choice poll for performances, he finished 3rd after passing through ten rounds in Swedish TV4.
For opening performance at the ten-week TV series X Factor, he chose a song by Gotye 'Somebody That I Used To Know', the finale was provided by David Guetta's 'Titanium'.
In 2013 Isak has requested to enter into the promotion event 'Teen Hoot' in London. Teen Hoot UK act as global stage for the best up and coming teen artists around the globe, a small initial step on the career ladder. Teen Hoot was founded in Nashville, TN, USA.
On November 30, 2013 his time had come, Isak got 2 gigs on Teen Hoot's stage in front of an enthusiastic audience in London. He performed 'Domino' (Jessie J) and 'Wrecking Ball' (Miley Cyrus).
Since his first public appearance two years have passed (an eternity in adolescence). But 72 hours after New Year's Eve, on January 3, 2014, his debut single 'Long Live This Love' was out! And - straightaway - the second single 'Say Something' followed close behind, both released by Record Company TEN, Sony Music Entertainment Sweden AB.
Almost on the same day, he released one year later, on January 13, 2015, the single 'Falling Into You', followed on the heels of his debut EP 'Volume One' on March 26, 2015.
Single 'Remember' out September 1, 2016.
Isak announces next album 'Volume Two'.
Sources: Instagram Isak Danielson, Isak Danielson Twitter account, University of Gothenburg, Sweden TV4, press interview, Scandi.Pop UK, Teen Hoot UK,
Compiled by Enrico (born-in-hell) for artist biographies in last.fm UK, 2016