But Pernilla Andersson is also recognized domestically for her involvements aside her own music. She’s one of the country's leading female producers, she’s deeply involved in environmental issues and as a mentor for young women at the Stockholm Royal College of Music.
Pernilla Andersson made her album debut in 1999 with English-language lyrics on "My Journey".
The first Swedish language album “Ö” was released in 2008. Both “Ö” and the 2009 album "Ashbury Apples" was Grammy nominated. In 2011 Pernilla went to final stage in the Swedish Eurovision Song Contest trials with the song "Desperados". Before that the track "Johnny Cash och Nina P" had become a radio success and further added to a new level of her popularity.
In the 2016 ESC trials she participated with the song "Mitt Guld". The same year she released the album "Tiggrinnan" which was Grammy nominated in the category "Singer/Songwriter of the year".