Finnish pop singer Kristiina Brask was a finalist in the 2007 season of the tv screen show Idols before signing a recording contract with Helsinki Music Company and liberating her debut album, Silmät Sydämeeni (2007), a high Ten hit. Created on June 2, 1990, in Sorsakoski, Leppävirta, Finland, Brask completed third on Idols, putting behind Ari Koivunen and Anna Abreu. During her period on the tv screen display, she sang tracks by Joan Osborne (“Among Us”), Madonna (“Just like a Prayer”), Celine Dion (“My Center Will CONTINUE”), WITHOUT DOUBT (“Don’t Speak”), Bon Jovi (“It’s MY ENTIRE LIFE”), Juha Tapio (“Ohikiitävää”), the Rasmus (“Water”), and Teleks (“Tuulilasin Nurkkaan”). After becoming eliminated through the display, Brask was provided a recording agreement with Helsinki Music Business and proceeded release a Silmät Sydämeeni. The recording peaked at quantity nine for the Finnish albums graph and spawned the quantity 14 strike “Nyt Mä Meen” and a couple extra singles.