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Birth nameAngelina Dehn
Born (1995-03-22) 22 March 1995 (age 25)
Stockholm, Sweden
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • rapper
Years active2016–present
Associated actsDeath Team

Angelina Dehn (born 22 March 1995),[1][2] better known by her stage name Ängie, is a Swedish pop[3] and trap-hop[4] artist.

Early life and career[edit]

Dehn was born in Stockholm[5] and grew up in the town of Nynäshamn.[3] She felt rejected by her friends after they learned of her first girlfriend.[5][3] Dehn struggled with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and mental health disorders in her adolescence and even contemplated suicide,[5] but found relief in cannabis.[6] She has admitted that she used to be a drug addict, but has since given up on drugs.[4] After snapchatting clips of herself rapping to Death Team, they offered to produce her first single.[7][3] She worked as a bartender, nursery teacher and window fitter[4] before her single started getting attention.[5] She was signed to Rich Parents AB, a division of Universal Music AB[8] and her debut EP Suicidal Since 1995 was released in April 2018.[9]

On January 25, 2019 she released as a single "IDGAF", described as "a bass heavy trap roller".[10] It's the first song taken from Ängie's first studio album Everything Is Fake, set to be released as the following single.[11]

A joint EP between Ängie and producer Harrison First called Each Other was released on June 14, 2019. A music video for the track "Bambam" directed by Ängie herself and frequent collaborator Christopher Nilsson was released on June 21, 2019, being premiered via Gaffa.[12] The lead single "Dust" featuring Tail Whip off her debut album called Heartburn was released on November 22, 2019 alongside the music video. The second single “Sad Sex” featuring Tail Whip off Heartburn was released on February, 14, 2020. May 29, 2020 she released the debut single “Silver Sadness” of her new project with Harrison First with a music video. The project is called ”Not Pushing Daisies“ and was released the June 05, 2020 with 15 songs.



  • Not Pushing Daisies (with Harrison First) (2020)
  • Heartburn (with Tail Whip) (2020)



Title Year Album
"Smoke Weed Eat Pussy"[13][3] 2016 Non-album singles
"Housewife Spliffin'"[3]
"Spun"[3] 2017
"Dope"[9] 2018 Suicidal Since 1995
"Here for My Habits"[9]
"IDGAF"[10][14] 2019 Non-album singles
"Ett Tag"
(featuring Ambivalensen)
"Orgy of Enemies"
(featuring Zheani)[11]
"Kiss Me in Slow Motion"
"Dust" Heartburn
"Sad Sex" 2020
"Silver Sadness" Not Pushing Daisies

Music videos[edit]

Song Year Director Ref
"Smoke Weed Eat Pussy" 2016 Christofer Nilsson [15][16]
"Housewife Spliffin'" [17][18]
"Spun" 2017
  • Christofer Nilsson
  • Ängie
"Dope" 2018 [20]
"Here for My Habits" / "Venus in Furs" [21]
"We Run"
  • Ängie
  • Rasmus Wimby
  • Pussel
"Bambam" 2019
  • Christofer Nilsson
  • Ängie
"Kiss Me in Slow Motion"
  • Ängie
  • Ängie
  • Pussel


  1. ^ Jacobsson, Gunnar (24 September 2016). "Ängie släpper musik som provocerar". Nynäshamns Posten (in Swedish). Retrieved 7 March 2018.
  2. ^ Nilsson, Amanda (3 July 2017). "Under the Radar: Ängie". Radar Collective (in Swedish).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Gibsone, Harriet (10 March 2017). "Swedish musical misfit Ängie: 'It's nice to have cute things with hard punches'". The Guardian. Retrieved 7 March 2018.
  4. ^ a b c Glynn, Paul (24 April 2018). "Newbie Tuesday #24: Angie - Swedish pop siren who is changing her ways". Music News LIVE.
  5. ^ a b c d McQuaid, Darius (16 April 2017). "Swedish singer Ängie song 'smoke weed eat p****' was motivated by a break up". Blasting News.
  6. ^ Belinky, Biju (13 April 2017). "The Swedish pop star talking sex, drugs and mental health". Huck. Retrieved 7 March 2018.
  7. ^ Buck, Courtney (13 July 2016). "Angie discusses 'Smoke Weed Eat Pussy': "The song itself is about slutting around."". The 405. Retrieved 7 March 2018.
  8. ^ Duffy, Nick (19 September 2016). "Sweden's answer to Miley Cyrus releases lesbian sex anthem 'Smoke Weed Eat P***y'". PinkNews. Retrieved 7 March 2018.
  9. ^ a b c d "Swedish Artist Angie Releases New Single HERE FOR MY HABITS". Broadway World. 23 March 2018.
  10. ^ a b "Swedish Provocateur Ängie Releases New Single IDGAF". Broadway World. 25 January 2018.
  11. ^ a b Sam Damshenas (2 April 2019). "Ängie isn't the 'most controversial' popstar, she's the most honest". Amplify. Gay Times.
  12. ^ a b c Daniel Horn (20 June 2019). "PREMIÄR: "Trots att de är kära och nygifta så finns där ingen passion"". Gaffa (in Swedish).
  13. ^ Handke, Tobias (12 July 2016). "Angie - Smoke Weed Eat Pussy". Indie Shuffle.
  14. ^ "Idgaf - Single by Ängie". Apple Music. 25 January 2019.
  15. ^ "Smoke Weed Eat Pussy (Official Video, Explicit)". Vevo. 16 September 2016.
  16. ^ "Ängie – Smoke W**d Eat P***y - Dir: Christofer Nilsson". Mohave Media.
  17. ^ "Housewife Spliffin (Official Video, Explicit)". Vevo. 18 November 2016.
  18. ^ "Ängie – Housewife Spliffin' - Dir: Christofer Nilsson". Mohave Media.
  19. ^ "Spun (Official Video, Explicit)". Vevo. 23 March 2017.
  20. ^ "Dope (Explicit)". Vevo. 14 February 2018.
  21. ^ "Here For My Habits / Venus in Furs (Explicit) - Angie". Vevo. 24 April 2018.
  22. ^ Puffingangie (9 October 2018). "Ängie - We Run". YouTube.
  23. ^ imangie (26 September 2019). "Ängie - Kiss me in Slow Motion". YouTube.
  24. ^ imangie (22 November 2019). "Ängie, Tail Whip - Dust". YouTube.