With his sweet, high-tenor voice and winning way with falsetto, Danish pop sensation Christoper has built a huge fan base for his infectious, dance-oriented sound. He burst onto the scene in 2011 with an online acoustic cover of Robyn's 'Call Your Girlfriend.' The video instantly went viral, garnering thousands of hots and paving the way for his debut single and album.
Born in 1992 and brought up in the Copenhagen suburb of Kastrup he was interested in music from a very early age and began singing at the age of three. Dreaming of stardom, he took up the guitar at 12 and began writing songs. His debut single 'Against the Odds,' a funky pure pop ballad, was released in September 2011 and reached a respectable no. 23 on the Danish singles chart. The follow-up, 'Nothing in Common,' fared much better, reaching no. 5. His debut album, 'Colours,' dropped a couple of months later and hit no. 4 on the albums chart.
It wan't until 2014, however, that Christopher tasted major international success. He had built a huge following on social media, and excitement was rife for his second album, 'Told You So.' The album had more of an R&B feel than his debut and showcased Christopher's maturation and progression as both a singer and songwriter. Upon its release, it peaked at no. 2 on the Danish albums chart, but it was on streaming services that it really made its mark, topping Denmark's streaming charts for seven weeks. It was also released in China, where it accrued enough interest for Christopher to undertake a promotional tour. The non-album single 'CPH Girls' was also a hit there, reaching no. 2 on the QQ Charts for Western music. An ode to the beauties of his hime city, 'CPH Girls' featured American R&B singer Brandon Beal, who later returned the favor by featuring Christopher on his own single 'Twerk It Like Miley.' Both singles went no. 1 in Denmark. Christopher's reputation was secured when he won several awards at the Danish Music Awards, including Pop Album of the Year. He also won Best Danish Act at the 2014 MTV EMAs.
He then set to work on his third album, working with producers such as Clarence Coffee, Jr and the Nordsø Brothers. 'Tulips,' the album's libidinous, double entendre-laden first single, was released in August 2015. The full-length 'Closer' followed a year later, and reached the top of the Danish albums chart. In 2018, Christopher returned with the non-album singles 'Bad,' 'Monogamy' and 'Irony.'