Sunday, July 11, 2010
Therése Neaimé is the artist with rich biography and long way until she finally established herself like a solo-singer.
She's half-Lebanese and half-Swedish. Therése has started her career in entertainment field from childhood singing in Stockholm East Gospel Choir, working as background singer and dancer for some international stars and as a model appearing on the cover of Swedish magazines in 90s. In 2004 Therése has entered Jörgen Elofsson’s songwriting team and started to work more seriously on developing her own music career, released first song "How Could You Leave Me" and soon started her own label Future Records in 2005. Later she was heavily promoting songs "The Future", "Keep It Up", "Mother's Pride", "Color Of Love", "Not Easy" from forthcoming album "Livin'", "Not Easy" entered Top-10 of Singles chart and the album also appeared in chart though only for one week that looked weird as it turned to be full of quite qualitative pop-stuff and you can check it yourself on Neaimé's site. However Therése's songs managed to break-trhough to US radiostations and to the Middle East and soon after album's release she released one more single "How Could I" in 2007. Therése wa also involved a lot in charity actions working with Foundation for Children with Cancer and her tour to Afghanistan.
Now she's back to work on her second album and the first bit of her new music is the single "All I Think About Is You" - very sweet piece of Summer pop powdered with Therése's Eastern mood and modern r'n'b sound reminding Anggun making her best stuff in "Luminescence" era.