Mimmi Sandén was born on Christmas Day in 1995. She lives in Huddinge, Sweden, and attends the eight grade in the well-renowned Adolf Fredrik’s music school in Stockholm.
Mimmi started to perform at the age of six, singing with Carola. She has also become known to the Swedish audience through several seasons of the TV series “Mimmi & Mojje”, a children’s show airing on TV4. In 2006, Mimmi backed up her sister Molly in Junior Eurovision Song Contest, where Sweden finished third. Her other sister, Frida, has also represented Sweden in the Contest (2007).
Mimmi’s real break-through came in 2007 when she participated in Talang 2007 (Sweden’s Got Talent). Her voice and charisma charmed the Swedish viewers and she made it to the final where she ended up in an honourable second place.
Since she has performed in several music and TV shows as well as being part of the music play Hujedamej Va Många Sånger– an Astrid Lindgren tribute by Riksteatern, Sweden’s leading nationwide theatre.
Mimmi describes herself as a happy and goal-oriented girl. She is not afraid to choose her own path and is persistent in doing so. Among her passions in life, singing is of course number one, but shoes also make her happy, as well as getting cosy with friends and eating candy.
Mimmi had some help with her song - Alexander and Ali. Check who they are, below!
Alexander Kronlund is a Swedish producer and songwriter. His credits include co-writing Britney Spears classics, Oops I Did It Again and Lucky with Max Martin and Rami. He co- wrote the recent worldwide smash from Britney Spears' sixth album, Circus, entitled If U Seek Amy. Other credits include working with Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC and, more recently, Robyn.
Ali Payami is a DJ turning songwriter/producer. As a DJ he has worked as a resident for Ministry of Sound och Hed Kandi. Payami’s name is found as a remixer and co-producer on hot remixes by the likes of Arash, Basshunter, Sharam (Deep Dish), Kid Cudi, Alesha Dixon, Jessica Mauboy, Deborah Cox and Måns Zelmerlöw.