A guiding force in assisting Swedish music gain attention on the planet most importantly, perhaps nobody since Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson of ABBA was as influential to Swedish acts as maker Denniz Pop. Starting like a DJ within the middle-’80s, Pop (B. Dag Volle) structured and organized dance concerts, ultimately developing the Swedish dance label Swemix as an outgrowth of his golf club work. Attempting to work with even more mainstream pop functions, the producer remaining Swemix in 1992 to create another imprint, Cheiron. Pop after that began functioning alongside Tom Tolomon, making such serves as Doctor Alban and Leila K. For this period, Pop also started dealing with the group Ace of Bottom. Their one “ALL OF THAT She Desires” became an international strike and eventually thrust Swedish pop music towards the forefront from the graphs. The publicity allowed Pop the chance to create multi-platinum acts such as for example Michael Jackson as well as the Backstreet Guys. The runaway achievement of Ace of Base’s first record also helped pave just how for various other Pop-produced international serves like the Rednex and teenager sensation Robyn. Unfortunately, Pop passed away in August of 1998 following a long struggle with cancer.