About Isac Elliot
Isac Elliot, short for Isac Elliot Lundén, is a Finnish pop singer and songwriter. The son of the Capital Beat's Fredi Lundén, he sang and acted as a child, appearing in roles in professional stage musicals and as a member of the Cantores Minores boys' choir of Helsinki. In 2012, his song "Pop Goes My Heart" was featured over the end credits of the film Ella and Friends (Ella ja Kaverit), and at the age of 12, he released his debut album, 2013's Wake Up World, via Sony. The single "No Way Home" hit number one in Finland and the Top 15 in Norway. A year later, his sophomore album, Follow Me, charted in the Top Ten of the same countries, and in 2015, his duet with Tyga, "Lipstick," reached the Finnish Top 20.
In May of 2016, Elliot performed the single "What About Me" live on NBC's Today in the U.S., and that summer, his EP A Little More landed in Finland's Top 20. A few weeks later, Tungevaag's "Beast," featuring Elliot and Raaban, charted in Finland, Norway, and Sweden. In 2017, the then-16-year-old returned with the single "AYO." ~ Marcy Donelson
- December 26, 2000