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Ola broke through when participating in Swedish Idol 2005. The record deal was soon signed, and his debut album Given to Fly soared straight to number one in the Swedish album chart. He has since had seven no. 1 hit singles.
In 2010, Ola collaborated with the UK artist Labrinth on the track "Let It Hit You", which is included on Ola's third studio album. It was around this time that Ola felt he wanted to move in a different direction musically from his Swedish label, Universal. He bought himself out of his contract and continued making his third album. In order to release the album independently, he established his own label, Oliniho Records. The venture proved a success when his self-released album Ola went straight to the top of the charts and was a critical success, with Aftonbladet claiming "It is an album of 10 hit singles."
Since the album's release in Sweden, Ola has gone on to sign record deals in UK, US, Russia, Spain and South Africa amongst others.
The first UK single, "All Over The World", received much attention, becoming the most played video on 4 Music and The Box and being championed by Scott Mills on BBC Radio One. It was also featured on PerezHilton.com, with Perez comparing Ola to fellow Swede Robyn, and PopJustice.com. In the US it has entered the Hot Dance Airplay Chart and the Billboard Dance Chart.
In March 2012, Ola embarked on his first promo tour of the United States, promoting the single "All Over The World". During this time, he also shot the video to his single "I'm In Love" in Los Angeles.
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