September (Swedish dance singer, real name: Petra Eos Marklund)
Legal name: Petra Marklund
Petra Linnea Paula Marklund (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈpɛtra ˈmarklɵnd]; born 12 September 1984), better known as her stage name September, is a Swedish singer-songwriter. When September was younger, she started recording in professional studios around the age of twelve, and when she was in a rock band, she received a record deal. She first came to the music scene with her debut single "La La La (Never Give It Up)" in 2003, which was released from her first studio album September (2004). In 2005 she released her second studio album In Orbit, which spawned the hits "Satellites" and "Cry for You", the latter became a worldwide hit and Septembers biggest hit to date. Her third studio album Dancing Shoes (2007), produced the hit single "Can't Get Over" and was nominated for Best Dance Album at Grammis, she previously won the award for In Orbit. Her first Swedish language single "Mikrofonkåt" became her first number one hit in her native country, the song was included on her fourth studio album Love CPR (2011) which also hit number one in Sweden and subsequently became her best selling album so far. September released her first Swedish language studio album Inferno in 2012 along with the lead single "Händerna Mot Himlen" under her real name Petra Marklund.