With three gold singles and widespread media support globally, Molly Hammar is making her way right to the top among the absolute elite of Scandinavian artists.
Last summer her single ‘We Could Be Dancing’ with Bob Sinclair was #1 on Italian radio, and Top20 on radio in France.
In 2018 Molly released the critically acclaimed EP ‘Sex’.
Singing about female sexuality from a very personal perspective sparked Molly’s inspiration and helped her grow a fanbase of young women who could relate to her message.
Follow-up singles such as the Big Narstie collab ‘No Place Like Me, pop banger ‘Words’, her soulful Kim Cesarion duet ‘Show Me’, radio ready hit tracks ‘Shortcuts (I Can’t Wait)’, ‘Alone’ ‘ Get To Know Me First’ with Julie Bergan and AWA, and “Love me blind” have enabled Molly to balance the perfect combination of kick ass R&B vocals and soulful beats, with a truly contemporary pop sound.
Recent releases have garnered widespread media support across the UK and globally from the likes of BBC Radio 2, BBC 1Xtra, Channel 4, Billboard, The Line of Best Fit, Complex, NYLON and Idolator to name a few.
Molly has been captivating audiences across Europe with her live shows. Her first packed out performance at Colours Hoxton was reviewed by UK tastemaker Alfitude as “one of the best showcases I’ve caught this year”.
She has been co-writing with songwriters as Ella Eyre, Sky Adams and Benjamin Ingrosso.
2020 she won the prize “Breakthrough of the year” at Rockbjörnen.
Molly also played the Swedish equivalent of Beyonce’s character Nala in the live-action adaption of ‘The Lion King’.
From selling out her first headline gigs, to continuously releasing hit after hit, it is clear that Molly Hammar is here to stay and the future could not look more bright.