Paulina Sjoberg is a singer/songwriter and solo musician, who primarily associates with the Indie/Folk genre but expands to many others, including Rap and Rock. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, she has had the pleasure of meeting many in the music industry, as well as encouraged by various artists such as the award-winning Matthew West and mentored by American Idol finalist, Vincent Powell.

In mid-2015 she released her debut EP, Heartstrings. In late 2016, she released her single, World, which led to a review written by Kira Grunenberg, featured on GigTown’s Music Blog. Paulina was also nominated as Readers Choice by the Houston Press Music Awards of 2016, and soon after released the music video for her single, World, with much success. She was included in a feature in a Houston Press article written by Jesse Sendejas Jr, regarding her wishes for 2017 as an artist. Paulina released her second single and music video, ‘Forever’ mid 2017, and became officially sponsored by Topo Chico in support of her Single & Music Video Release Party. In 2018, her project Deja Vu Vol. 1 & 2 was mentioned on print and online in the Houston Chronicle, by Joey Gurrera, promising that one song will become Houston’s anthem. That song, “When The Sea Became The City (Sea City)” was released in a documentary style music video and reviewed by Lemonade Magazine and Sounds Good.

Although diagnosed with severe Dyslexia during her childhood, making her incapable of reading or writing, at age 8 she was cured by a miracle and has been writing poetry and music ever since she was healed. Paulina is self-taught in writing, singing and guitar playing, which has allowed the development of her own unique style of music and vocals. Her determination to share her talents has lead to producing her own music. She is currently signed to and operating under her record label, Carmi Records.

Paulina has attracted attention over the years. As a result, she has played all over Houston and plans to expand to the rest of Texas, and eventually the world.