Petter Wallenberg

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Petter Wallenberg (born 1977 in Stockholm) is a Swedish music producer, songwriter, author and artist. He uses the name House of Wallenberg for his musical releases which come out on his own label Mums Mums Records and Universal Music. He also directs his own music videos. In 2013 his book "Historien om Leila K" (The Story of Leila K) was released in Sweden.[1][2]

In 2013 he released his debut album "Legends", featuring collaborations with amongst others Neneh Cherry, Ari Up of The Slits, Nicolette of Massive Attack fame, Yo Majesty and Victoria Wilson James from Soul II Soul.[3]

The single "Legendary", featuring Swedish rap singer Leila K, became a Scandinavian radio and club hit and "Girls Like Us" featuring Efti from "Midi, Maxi & Efti", reached #28 on Finland Dance Music Chart.[4][5][6] "Be Somebody", features Octavia St. Laurent from the 1991 documentary about the vogue scene of New York, Paris is Burning. The video features a cast from the famous vogue houses of NYC, such as House of Ninja.[7]

Legends received very positive reviews. Swedish music magazine Sonic rated it 9/10.[8] In July 2013 House of Wallenberg released the single "Love Yourself Test Yourself" as the theme of a major Swedish campaign to stop HIV.[9] Hollywood blogger Perez Hilton called it a "positive, uplifting, dancefloor ANTHEM".[10]

Wallenberg is also an author, behind two hghly acclaimed Swedish books "Bögjävlar" (2007) and "Historien om Leila K" (2013).

In 2014 House of Wallenberg’s StopHiv-campaign ”Love Yourself Test Yourself” won one of the world’s most recognizable international advertising and communication awards, Clio Awards.[11]

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