A Spellemannprisen-winning Norwegian pop musician who dazzled his homeland along with his second album, 1997’s Crimson, Espen Lind also found achievement in america being a co-writer behind singles like Beyoncé’s 2007 smash hit “Irreplaceable.” Lind broke in to the Norwegian pop picture in 1995 executing beneath the name Sway. His debut record, Mmm…Prepare to become Swayed, available poorly but garnered rave reviews in the Norwegian music press, that was enough to earn Lind a recording cope with General. Billing himself under his provided name, Lind came back two years afterwards using the lovelorn jangle rock and roll one “When Susannah Cries.” The monitor shot to number 1 for the Norwegian graphs, and produced its way in to the Best Five throughout European countries and Latin America. Lind’s second full-length recording, Crimson, emerged immediately after; the release offered over 600,000 copies worldwide and gained Lind a Spellemannprisen (Norwegian Grammy) for Designer of the entire year. Red’s success became a tough work to check out; Lind’s third work, THAT IS Pop Music, didn’t sell in addition to its forerunner, and it had been four years before he released another recording (2005’s Apr). Lind pretty much dedicated himself to composing and producing tracks for other performers during this time period (notably “Irreplaceable”), but a fresh recording was rumored to maintain the functions for 2007.