Ulrik Munther (Sweden)

    Boy | Pop | Guitar
    Jens Ulrik Munther (born in Kungsbacka, Sweden on 18 February 1994) is a Swedish artist signed to Universal Music.
    Munther started very young playing in different youth rock bands around Kungsbacka, just outside Göteborg. After playing rock covers for some time, he started writing his own material and toured extensively promoting his YouTube songs. He also appeared on a number of Swedish television shows.
    At age 15, he took part in Lilla Melodifestivalen, a national Swedish competition for young singers to qualify to the MGP Nordic (Melody Grand Prix Nordic) competition with his own song "En vanlig dag" ("An Ordinary Day"). After winning the Swedish contest, he went on to win the title at the MGP Nordic competition in which participants from Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland competed.
    After 1 year from winning the MGP Nordic title, he took part in Metro Music Challenge again with his own composition "Life" coming second. Producer Johan Åberg seeing the potential started a musical cooperation.
    After the song "Boys Don't Cry" was leaked on the internet, a number of international record company affiliates contacted him with Universal Records Sweden eventually signing him in September 2010. He also toured the United States, Britain and Continental Europe. He is also well known for his cover of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" after Perez Hilton posted the video on his website. Munther has also participated in SVT's Bobster program entitled Humorgalan as part of charity for UNICEF in May 2010. There he sang "My Generation" together with Peter Johansson, Rock-Olga and others. Ulrik has also been involved in SVTB's Sommarlov hosted by Malin Olsson. He has also appeared in Allsång på Skansen and Lotta på Liseberg festivals in Summer 2011.
    (from Wikipedia)