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There are two artists named E-Type:
1) Swedish singer.
2) English old school hardcore producer.
E-type (real name: Bo Martin Erik Eriksson) is a Swedish Eurodance singer born on August 27, 1965. He became known to the audience in 1991 when the hit single "We've Got the Atmosphere" was released. This single went directly to the top of the Swedish charts. After that, E-type became well known in the Swedish entertainment world as a television host, film soundtrack composer and a song writer for several Swedish artists. On the 10th of June 2000 he performed at the opening ceremony of the European football championships Euro 2000, in Brussels, Belgium, together with a.o Hooverphonic. He also made the official anthem...
Haddaway (born Nestor Alexander Haddaway on January 9, 1965 in Trinidad) is a Eurodance/House musician. Born into a local family, his mother was a local nurse, and his father, a Dutch oceanographer. He completed a doctorate in political science and history from George Washington University in Washington DC, before moving to Cologne, Germany, in 1989. He presently lives in Kitzbühel, Austria.
Haddaway's biggest hit, "What Is Love," became very popular across Europe (reaching #2 in the UK), North America and Australia after its 1993 release. Follow-up single "Life" was a big U.S. and European dance hit. His debut album spawned two more European hit singles: "I Miss You" and "Rock My Heart." His 1995 album included two minor hits...
Jonny Jakobsen (born 17 November 1963. Malmö, Sweden) is a Swedish-Danish Bubblegum dance/eurodance artist better known under his fictitious identity as Indian taxi driver Dr. Bombay. He began as a country singer called Johnny Moonshine, but became famous only after his metamorphosis into Dr. Bombay character in 1998. In his lyrics, the character is portrayed as an Indian taxi driver, mystic, sitar player, chef, snake charmer and avid fan of elephant racing. He appears clad in traditional Indian garb, such as a kurta and pagri, with the addition of dark glasses that are also worn by the other characters portrayed by Jakobsen. Subsequently, he went on to record albums as faux-Scottish Dr. MacDoo and faux-Mexican Carlito. Read more on Las...
Snap is the name of more than one artist:
1) Les Claypool alias usually attached to artwork credits
2) a rapper from Houston, TX. He is also a member of The Niyat.
Also see Snap! (dance group; tracks: "The Power" & "Rhythm Is a Dancer") and Snäp! (German new wave group "Elisabeth") Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Marko Kristian "Markoolio" Lehtosalo (born 1 January 1975 in Lahti, Finland) is a Swedish-Finnish multi-platinum selling recording artist, singer, musician, songwriter, actor, and comedian. His stage name Markoolio is a portmanteau on his first name Marko and the stage name of the world renowned American rapper Coolio.
At the age of six months, Lehtosalo migrated from Finland to Sweden where he grew up completing primary and secondary school in Orminge, Sweden. Following the completion of his compulsory military service as a coastal ranger sniper in Ekenäs, Finland, he returned to Sweden and was discovered when rapping on a commuter train in Stockholm. Markoolio is known in particular for his humorous songs dealing with partyi...
La Cream was short-lived Swedish eurodance band.
They released only one album, Sound & Vision (1998), but had several hit singles.
The duo consisted of songstress/dancer Tess and DJ/producer Andréz. Their lyrics were mixture of French, Spanish and English.
Band split up as Tess Mattisson pursued her individual career. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.