23 May 1976 (age 42)
Gdańsk, Pomorskie, Poland
Agnieszka Chylińska (born 23 May, 1976 in Gdańsk) is a Polish rock singer and columnist.
From 1994 until 2003 Chylińska was the vocalist with Polish rock band O.N.A., one of the most influential Polish rock bands of all time. The band became extremely popular in 1995, sky-rocketing Agnieszka to the status of a rockstar practically overnight. The band disbanded in 2003, much to everyone's astonishment, as the band was just preparing to launch an international career.
In 2003 she formed a band Chylińska, and released one album, "Winna" (Guilty) and two singles "Winna" and "Niczyja" (Nobody's).
Around 2005, a new solo single "Róż" (Pink) surfaced on the internet, however it has never been released on any physical single or album. The song had a slightly electronic beat to it, while the lyrics referred to the dark nature of show-business. Contrary to the 'girly' title, the song had an edge and can be easily qualified as electronic rock.
On October 1st, 2009, she released a new solo single Nie mogę Cię zapomnieć (I can't forget you). The single has a strong dance/house feel to it, marking a definite departure from all rock influences. This turned out to be very controversial for Chylinska's fans in Poland, who know her as an angry, dark, heavy-metal screamer.
Her new highly-anticipated solo album, entitled "Modern Rocking" was release on the 23rd of October, 2009. The second single is the song Zima (Winter)
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