Justyna Steczkowska ( artist name Justyna; born August 2, 1972 in Rzeszów) is a Polish pop musician who for Poland took part in Dublin in 1995 at the Euro Vision Song Contest and reached the eighteenth place.
Justyna Steczkowska debuted in the 1990s as the winner of the talent show Szansa na Sukces ( " chance of success " ) on Polish television. In 1994 she won the Polish Song Festival in Opole titled Buenos Aires the group Maanam.
A year later Steczkowska sang relatively unsuccessful for Poland at the Euro Vision Song Contest 1995 in Dublin and took the title Sama and 15 points the eighteenth place. Multi- she was the most important Polish music award, the Fryderyk Award. Most recently, she also wrote film scores.
Their main plate was equal to their debut album Dziewczyna szamana ( " The friend of the shaman " ) from 1996, produced by Grzegorz Ciechowski. But even in the years after fatal to CD Femme by 2004, she claimed her reputation as a convertible, mysterious, slightly jazzy -inspired performer who reminded the Berlin taz on a blend of early Kate Bush, Björk and Alice.
- Dziewczyna Szamana (1996 )
- Naga (1997)
- Well koniec świata (score, 1999)
- Kolędy i pastorałki ( with the family Steczkowski, 2000)
- Dzień i noc (2000)
- Mow do mnie jeszcze (2001)
- Alkimja (2002)
- Moja intymność (2003)
- Femme fatale (2004)
- Daj mi chwile (2007)
- Puchowe kołysanki (2008)
- To mój czas (2009)