Stella Christine is a young Finnish singer-songwriter. She first rose to public attention when she competed in “Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu” in 2016 (Competition of New Music), which is the national pre-selection of the Finnish Eurovision Song Contest representant. The semi-final was a big success and she made it to the finals with her debut single “Ain’t Got Time For Boys”. According to critics, it was an unusual Eurovision song because of its “souly and jazzy vibes” but definitely one of the most musically rich songs in the competition. The song has been played on the radio along with only a few of the other Finnish Eurovision songs this year.
Right now Stella Christine focuses full-time on developing her career as an artist - this year she’s been mainly playings gigs (close to 100 gigs this year) and working on her debut EP.
Facts about Stella Christine:
- Born May 13th, 1992 to a musical family and grew up listening to a variety of genres.
- The soothing sound from the guitar, whether it’s from an acoustic or an electric guitar, is her biggest inspiration when writing songs. She loves doing intimate gigs with only her guitar and her voice.
- She’s influenced by many great soul and r’n’b artists but likes to make her own sound by combining different genres and sounds. Her main motto is to stay authentic and real and she wants to make soulful music that makes people feel.