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Karen Marie Ørsted (born 13 August 1988), better known by her stage name MØ, is a Danish singer-songwriter signed to Sony Music Entertainment. Born in Odense, MØ has been compared to electropop artists such as Grimes and Twin Shadow. Besides being an acronym for her middle and last initials, the word mø means “maiden” or “virgin” in Danish
In 2012, MØ began creating a cappella pop songs and began collaborating with producer Ronni Vindahl. On 14 January 2013, MØ released her debut single “Glass”. On 15 March 2013 she released “Pilgrim” with B-side “Maiden”.Pilgrim was recognized as P3s Uundgåelige (P3 Unavoidable), a label given to rising artists by Danish radio station DR P3, as it peaked at number eleven on theDanish Singles Chart.On 27 March 2013, she performed live on television for the first time at the Danish P3 Guld Awards.
On 7 June 2013 she released the single “Waste of Time”. On 18 August 2013 it was confirmed through manager Ash Pournouri that MØ had co-written and provided vocals for Swedish DJ/producer Avicii‘s song “Dear Boy” which was later featured on his debut album, True. On 30 August 2013 she released the single “XXX 88”. MØ’s first extended play, Bikini Daze, was released on 18 October 2013. In October 2010, she supported AlunaGeorge on UK tour dates. The single “Don’t Wanna Dance” debuted onBBC Radio 1 on 16 January 2014 as Zane Lowe‘s Hottest Record.
MØ’s debut studio album, No Mythologies to Follow, was released on 7 March 2014. On the review aggregate site Metacritic, the album has a Metascore of an 77 out of 100 indicating “generally favorable” reviews.Music blog Pretty Much Amazing called the album “complex and euphoric”, while The Guardian noted that “what [MØ] lacks in originality, she makes up for with warlike ardour”.
MØ began touring in Europe and the United States in support of the album, ending in June. On 2 June 2014, she made her US television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where she performed the songs “Don’t Wanna Dance” and “Pilgrim”.”Walk This Way” was released on 16 June 2014 as a single from No Mythologies to Follow. On 23 June, MØ announced additional United States and Canadian tour dates beginning in September.
In 2014, MØ was featured on Australian rapper Iggy Azalea‘s song “Beg for It“, which was released as the lead single from Azalea’s reissue album, Reclassified. Azalea and MØ will perform the song for the first time on Saturday Night Live on 25 October
musical guest Iggy Azalea, whose SNL debut serves as the coda for the summer she spent ruling the radio waves, and new official cast member Leslie Jones, who will likely get a chance to celebrate her promotion during a guest spot on Weekend Update. It’s interesting to see the show boost a comedian whose comedy centers on her identity as a black woman the very same week that it welcomes a white rapper who’s often been criticized for appropriating black culture. There’s probably not much else to say on the subject than that, but I bet that won’t stop people from chatting about it come Sunday.
Are you looking forward to Jim Carrey’s return to SNL—or do you agree that he’s got an uphill battle to climb? What are you hoping to see from Azalea on the show—or Jones, for that matter? How long do you think the episode will run before somebody mentions ebola? (I’m gonna guess five seconds, tops.) And finally, do you think this week’s ratings will iWatch: Iggy Azalea- ‘Beg For It’ ft. MØ ( Live SNL)Watch: Iggy Azalea- ‘Beg For It’ ft. MØ ( Live SNL)Watch: Iggy Azalea- ‘Beg For It’ ft. MØ ( Live SNL)Watch: Iggy Azalea- ‘Beg For It’ ft. MØ ( Live SNL)Watch: Iggy Azalea- ‘Beg For It’ ft. MØ ( Live SNL)Watch: Iggy Azalea- ‘Beg For It’ ft. MØ ( Live SNL)Watch: Iggy Azalea- ‘Beg For It’ ft. MØ ( Live SNL)Watch: Iggy Azalea- ‘Beg For It’ ft. MØ ( Live SNL)mprove, thanks to the one-two punch of Carrey and Azalea? They’ve certainly got more name recognition than Bill Hader and Hozier, who had the distinction of starring in one of the lowest-rated SNL episodes ever.