Over the course of 40 years, Bjork has developed various musical genres. Pop, experimental, trip-hop, classical, and avant-garde music are all used by her.
At age 11, Björk started writing songs, and by age 21, she was the Sugarcubes’ lead singer. Bjork had a solo career after the band disbanded in 1992. She released albums such as Debut (1993), Post (1995), and Homogenic (1997).
Other Bjork albums include Vespertine (2001), Medlla (2004), Volta (2007), Biophilia (2011), Vulnicura (2015), Utopia (2017), and Fossora (2022).
The albums of Bjork have topped the Billboard 200 list. By 2015, she has sold 20–40 million records. The top 40 hits worldwide include “It’s Oh So Quiet,” “Army of Me,” “Hyperballad,” “Play Dead,” “Big Time Sensuality,” and “Violently Happy.”
The Falcon Order and 15 Grammy nominations go to Bjork. She was one of the Time 100 most influential people of 2015. He is ranked 81st among composers and 60th among singers by Rolling Stone.
Electronic, dance, alternative dance, trip hop, experimental, glitch, jazz, alternative rock, instrumental, and modern classical music have all been featured in Bjork’s solo work.
Bjork resists categorization, which is why her music is researched. She describes herself as a pop artist and a “restlessly adventurous creative force.” According to Taylor Ho Bynum of The New Yorker, “No contemporary artist bridges [musical innovation and public success] like Bjork.”
techno, house, jazz, and trip hop helped make electronic music mainstream. Her artworks are inspired by science and nature.
Bjork works with photographers, graphic designers, and producers of music videos. Bjork asserts that men she has collaborated with have received more notice than she has.
- Are these not just excuses to not connect?…Full Lyrics