3 January 1982 (age 37)
Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland
Chisu (born as Christel Sundberg in January 3, 1982 in Helsinki, Finland) is a Finnish pop artist, songwriter and producer. She wrote her first single "Mun koti ei oo täällä" for the soundtrack of a movie called "Sooloilua". In 2008 Chisu released her first album titled "alkovi". Her second album "vapaa ja yksin" was released in 2009 through Warner Music Finland and has already sold over 30,000 copies. Her third album "Kun valaistun" was released in 2011 and became even a bigger hit, selling 60,000 copies in a month.
Chisu writes and composes all her songs herself, and she has also composed music for artists like Antti Tuisku, Tarja Turunen, Jippu, Kristiina Brask and Kristiina Wheeler. In 2009 she won two Emma-awards and in the year 2010 she was nominated in seven different categories, including Best female vocalist of the year, Best album of the year and best producer of the year.
Chisu applied for a high-ranking recorder school in England and was accepted but she decided to start her solo career. Her first publicly played composition was the background music for the ghost train in Särkänniemi amusement park in Tampere.
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