|Christian Karlsson Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10½ in|
|Date of Birth||July 14, 1975|
Christian Karlsson is a highly-celebrated Swedish record producer, remixer, and disc jockey who has amassed a huge fan following with his work in the musical groups Galantis (2011-Present), Bloodshy & Avant (2000-Present), and the indie-pop band, Miike Snow (2007-Present).
Lars Christian Karlsson
Loftahammar, Kalmar, Sweden
Record Producer, Remixer, Disc Jockey
- Father – Lars-Erik Karlsson (Farmer)
- Mother – Britta Härnström
- Others – Yngve Karlsson (Paternal Grandfather), Märta Andersson (Paternal Grandmother), Gustaf Härnström (Maternal Grandfather), Astrid Karlsson (Maternal Grandmother)
Electro, K-Pop, Big Room House
Piano, Guitar, Turntables, Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
- Atlantic Records
- Big Beat Records
5 ft 10½ in or 179 cm
64 kg or 141 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Christian has dated –
- Dilani Karlsson – The No Money producer is happily married to a woman named Dilani. Although he is super private, Christian is reported to have 2 daughters named Carla and Blanca.
Race / Ethnicity
He has Swedish ancestry.
However, he has patches of ‘Gray’ in his hair.
- Elaborate tattoos on his arms
- Almost always dressed in head-to-toe black outfits
Christian Karlsson Favorite Things
- Songs To Perform Live – Love On Me, Runaway (U & I), Peanut Butter Jelly, No Money
- Song – Speakerphone (2007) by Kylie Minogue
Source – Attitude
Christian Karlsson Facts
- He is extremely passionate about skateboarding.
- Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg (as Bloodshy & Avant) wrote and produced the super-catchy track, Toxic for Britney Spears in 2003. The song won Spears the Grammy Award for ‘Best Dance Recording’ at the 2005 Annual Grammy Awards.
- He has collaborated with global superstars such as Madonna, Katy Perry, Sky Ferreira, Dolly Parton, Britney Spears, Christina Milian, etc.
- As a part of Galantis, he and Linus Eklöw produced the EDM song called Faith with country legend Dolly Parton in 2019. The out-of-the-box collaboration became a surprise hit and was generally well-received.
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