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When you hear the rhythm and melody of the single 'Murderer' it's easy to think it's Jamaican, but even if Lotta Griffith has been fascinated by the West Indies on and off for a couple of years, she originates from Vimmerby in the depth of Småland, Sweden. She has worked with Herbie Crichlow, Latin Kings and Dag Taylor. Lotta writes all her own lyrics and says that she gets her inspiration from "The Most High". She has listened to reggae for over 17 years and it is audible in the songs. Among her favourites are Buju Banton and Mary J Blige. Lotta Griffith is a person with many talents. She like to paint, read, write and listen to music. She loves nature, is a dedicated vegetarian and has skills in natural healing. Lotta describes her first musical experience like this; "I went down to the Cheiron studio with my first demo on an impulse to meet with Denniz PoP. He liked the material and two days later he called me back and we produced my first single!"