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Winona Oak

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Johanna Ewana Ekmark (born 8 October 1994), also known as Winona Oak, is a Swedish singer-songwriter. She is best known for her collaborations with What So Not and The Chainsmokers for the songs "Beautiful" and "Hope".

Early life
Oak was born on Sollerön, an island in Lake Siljan in the central-southerly locality of Mora. She graduated from Moragymnasiet in 2013 and later moved to Stockholm.

Career
In February 2018, Oak collaborated with What So Not for the single "Beautiful", which won Best Independent Dance/Electronica/Club single at the AIR Independent Music Awards in July 2019.

In October 2018, Oak signed to Neon Gold and Atlantic.

Oak was featured on The Chainsmokers second studio album, Sick Boy (released December 2018), in the song "Hope". For the music video of the song, Oak appeared in "dressed in a tan trench coat and red flannel shirt".

On December 10, 2018, Oak released a music video for her cover of the song "Don't Save Me” by Haim, via Neon Gold and Atlantic.

Oak released her debut studio album Island of the Sun on June 10, 2022.