Birth Name: Björk Guðmundsdóttir
Birth Place: Reykjavík, Iceland
Years Active: 1977–present
Genres: Electronica, Alternative Rock, Trip-hop, Avant-garde Rock
Björk Guðmundsdóttir (born November 21, 1965), known simply as Björk, is an Icelandic singer-songwriter. Her eclectic musical style has achieved popular acknowledgement and popularity within many musical genres, such as rock, jazz, electronic dance music, classical and folk. Her voice has been acclaimed for its distinctive qualities. Björk appeared for the first time in 1976 on Radio One, an Icelandic radio station, singing “I Love to Love” and achieved a deal with a record company through which she released in 1977 her first solo album entitled “Björk.” Afterwards, she formed several bands including Tappi Tíkarrass, KUKL and The Sugarcubes, the latter being the most successf...
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