Tess Mattisson

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Tess Mattisson
Born (1978-02-13) February 13, 1978 (age 40)
Solna, Stockholm, Sweden
Genres Dance, pop
Instruments Vocals

Tess Mattisson (born February 13, 1978), is a Swedish singer.[1] Her mother is of Swedish/Belgian origin and her father of Finnish/Indian origin. She worked as a dancer and back-up singer for Rob'n'Raz, Dr. Alban, Basic Element and Drömhus. Before pursuing a solo career, she and DJ/producer Andréz formed the eurodance duo La Cream. She has also studied French for three years.




Year Single Peak chart positions
1998 "You" (as La Cream) 12 3
1999 "Say Goodbye" (as La Cream) 21 9
"Free" (as La Cream) 12
2000 "Justify My Love" 18 4
"Viva L'Amor" 23
"One Love" 58
2001 "Stay"
2004 "The Second You Sleep" 12
2005 "Breathless" 8
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


  1. ^ Biography at tess.nu, accessed on 2010-05-17 (in Swedish)
  2. ^ Sverigetopplistan - Sveriges Officiella Topplista, accessed on 2011-04-09 (in Swedish)
  3. ^ norwegiancharts.com, accessed on 2015-02-06