Christian Falk

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Also performs as: Falcon (hip hop producer Christian Falk)


Christian Falk (25 April 1962 – 24 July 2014) was a Swedish record producer and musician.

Christian Falk started his recording career with the band Madhouse in the early 1980s. He later moved on and became a founding member of post-punk band Imperiet.

In the early 1990s he emerged as a producer and DJ in the emerging Swedish hip hop, soul and club scene. He jumped comfortably between different styles of music, with Papa Dee he did dancehall hip hop, Stonefunkers it was Daisy Age inspired hip hop and P-Funk, Dancehall with Swing-A-Ling Sound System, R&B and Acid Jazz with Blacknuss, hip hop with Petter, the Timebomb collective and Timbuktu, Hardcore and Electro with The Teddybears, club soul with Kayo and many others.

He also co-wrote the track "Electricity", and several other tracks on the 1995 album We Care from alt-rockers Whale.

He released the hit single, "Make It Right" under his own name, in 2000. In 2008, he released a new version of "Calling You" with Jevetta Steele's vocals. The cover was released as a single from his album Quel Bordel.

In the UK he enjoyed a Top 40 hit with "Dream On" in 2008, which featured vocals from fellow Swede Robyn.

Falk also produced the multi-million selling song "7 Seconds" composed by Youssou N'Dour, Neneh Cherry, Cameron McVey and Jonathan Sharp, released in 1994 as a single performed by Youssou N'Dour and Neneh Cherry.

Falk died on 24 July 2014 from pancreatic cancer, aged 52. The band Ghost covered his song Bible on the 2016 EP Popestar.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1999 Swedish Open Christian Falk 1
1999 Quel Bordel Christian Falk 1
2006 People Say Christian Falk 1


Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2000 Make It Right Christian Falk feat. Demetreus 1
2006 Dream On Christian Falk feat. Robyn 4

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