Elin Lanto (born July 22,1984) is a Swedish singer. Lanto made her breakthrough with the single 'I Won't Cry' in the Autumn of 2004. The follow-up 'I Can Do It (Watch Me Now)' was also a success. In 2006 she participated in the TV show "Rampfeber", on Sweden's TV4 and sang duets with Runar Sörgaard. Elin has danced since she was seven years old. But then she injured her knee and decided to go for the music. Her dad was laying a floor for the director of the record company Rodeo Records. At that time Elin recorded some songs and gave them to the director.
Elin also participated in the first heat of Melodifestivalen 2007 with the song 'Money'. She made the second chance, but did not reach the final.
Elin Lanto is a Swedish singer who has had several hits in her home country, including the number one "I Won't Cry." Lanto first came to prominence after her performance of her song "Money" in Melodifestivalen 2007. She also took part in Melodifestivalen 2010 with "Doctor Doctor".
In 2009 Elin made her US debut by releasing the single "Discotheque" on the American iTunes store, also featuring a new remix by Jonas von de Burg. On March 1, 2009, "Discotheque" was featured on Showtime's The L Word.