The musical result of this journey is an easygoing, very Swedish type of pop. With influences from both Broad-way and iconic artists like Shawn Mendes and Justin Timberlake, Jacob is not afraid to draw inspiration from his romantic experiences. At the same time, there is a more light-hearted vibe to his music and artistic persona that comes from his theatrical experience within musicals. Not your typical lover-singer-songwriter, but rather a big (really tall!) guy who wants to make you feel at home as you play his songs in your car or before going on a night out.
In an artistic integrity that reminds us of Swedish artists like Danny Saucedo, Jacob’s Christian values are an inseparable aspect of his artistry. But, as he explains, his is a “Christianity that focuses rather on love than on conservatism”. It’s also an invitation to live here and now: “But I said hey, I want to have you, I want to have you right now. Because we’re all gonna die in the end anyway.”