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Stella Mwangi
Stella Mwangi
Stella Mwangi at a video shoot in Nairobi, June 2012
Background info
Full name Stella Nyambura Mwangi
Birthday/Birthplace (1986-09-01) 1 September 1986
Nairobi, Kenya
Origin Norway
  • Pop
  • hip hop
  • soul
  • dance
  • kwaito
  • electro house
  • electro-hop
  • Singer
  • Songwriter
  • Rapper
Official Website

Stella Nyambura Mwangi (Murang’a, September 1, 1986) – also known as STL – is a Norwegian songwriter and rapper of Kenyan origin .

His work has been used in films such as American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile and television series such as CSI: New York and Scrubs. Among the topics on which Mwangi has written his music are the situation in his native Kenya and the discrimination that Stella and his family had to go through after moving to Norway in 1991. He has received several awards including: the Kisima Awards, the Awards Clops and the Jeerman Awards, and is one of the most popular singers in Norway after winning the 2011 Melodi Grand Prix. She started playing music when she was only eight years old. In addition to being a singer, he also plays the piano and the guitar.

Mwangi has been successful in Norway, Kenya, Senegal and The Gambia.

Stella Mwangi’s Biography

First works

Stella was born in Muran’ga, Kenya, on September 1, 1986. Her family moved her to a small town in Oslo, Norway when she was 5 years old, and she was introduced to a whole new world. A little girl, she already had a great love for music, and at the age of 11 she started rapping and became a part of Norwegian hip-hop. In 1998 he began working with a group of young Africans called “The Rise”, which led to the first official version of Stella with his album “Maroon”. With the project of “The Rise”, Stella gained a valuable experience when it comes to live performances, as the group relies on several great hip-hop acts and concerts in Norway. In 2005 they sang to Nelson Mandela during a campaign to eradicate AIDS.

Stella’s break in African hip-hop came with her guest appearances on the debut album “Senegal”, the Senegalese rap duo Wagëblë, which was produced by the Big City Music music label of producer Tom Roger “Rumblin” Rogstad. Stella had discovered the duo a couple of years before, and incorporated it into her project. Wagëblë topped the list with the performances that Stella offered, and the album received a prize for the “best album of the year” in Senegal in 2005. Stella then started working with Big City on solo material, and in 2006 she received the Kisima Prize for the “Promising Artist of the Year”. Stella and her single “Take It Back” were well received in the Scandinavian countries and was number 1 on the East African charts in 2008. That year she released her debut album as a soloist appropriately entitled “Living For Music” along with the singles “Dreamer” “,” She Got It Girls “and” Kool “. The latter gave him a new number 1 on the East African charts and was one of the most listened to songs on MTV Base and Channel O that is broadcast throughout Africa.

His solo material had made a lot of noise, and gave him the opportunity to tour the Scandinavian countries, as well as Africa. In Norway he was the support of artists such as Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross and Flo Rida. His songs were presented in the United States, TV-shows and movies such as American Pie, Between Ghosts, CSI: New York, CSI: Las Vegas, America’s Next Top Model, Scrubs, Melrose Place, among others.

Stella went on to sign with the music production company Big City, and the team started working on new material and finding a fresh sound for Stella. Years of work, and the sound they created was “Kinanda”, mixing their African roots with the urban music that they had always loved. Stella rose to fame after winning the 2011 Melodi Grand Prix with her song “Haba Haba” (produced by Beyond51 and Big City). She signed a record contract with EMI Norway, and is currently preparing to represent her country in the international final in Germany. Stella’s album Kinanda was released by EMI and Big City in 2011 and ranked number 1 in Africa and number 15 in Norway.

Eurovision Song Contest 2011

In 2011, Stella participated in Melodi Grand Prix 2011 to represent Norway at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, which was held in Düsseldorf (Germany).

On May 10, 2011, he represented Norway at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Haba Haba, although he did not qualify for the final, it was one of the favorite songs of the competition. He sang in the Swahili language.

Alexander Rybak, at the Melodi Grand Prix 2012, composed a medley of the songs that have represented Norway at the Eurovision Song Contest, and “Haba Haba” was on that medley.

In February 2012, Stella Mwangi’s father died of a run over by a vehicle. The driver fled.


Stella announced through Twitter that she is recording her third studio album and has confirmed that she has worked with artists such as María Arredondo, Avicii and Malin Reitan for future projects. He has released two singles that will appear on his third studio album, “Bad aswanna be” and “Shut it Down” both a success in Scandinavia and Africa.

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