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Million Stylez

Million Stylez, born Kenshin Iryo is releasing his debut album "From A Far" on KBC Music. Three singles have been released so far (Without U, All Night, and This Is Da Style) that have all been in high rotation on Scandinavian networks such as ZTV and The Voice and also on Jamaican networks RETV, Hype TV among others.

March 1st saw the release of his fourth single, "Miss Fatty" trough German distributor Soundquake, and is currently their number one selling tune. "Miss Fatty" has also been received very well by radiostations such as BBC1Xtra and by DJ's all over the world. The full album is releasing soon.

Kenshin is born in 1981 and lives in Sollentuna, a suburb outside of Stockholm and his roots are French/Japanese...

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Half Pint (JM)

There are two artists under this name:

1.) Half Pint (born Lindon Roberts) is a Jamaican dancehall, ragga, and reggae singer. He was born in the West Kingston enclave of Rose Lane. He was nicknamed "Half Pint" by a Mr. Brown, who was the father of one of his mother's friends in nearby Waterhouse. Pint's first single, Sally, was released in 1983 followed by Winsome, which went on to be covered by the Rolling Stones in 1987. Other singles by Pint include Mr. Landlord, Level the Vibes, Substitute Lover, and the hit single, Victory. His 1986 single Greetings helped universalize the term raggamuffin. Sublime's 1996 hit What I Got is based on the chorus on Pint's Loving.

2.) Half Pint also refers to a Miami Bass rap artis...

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Papa Dee

Papa Dee is the stage name for rap, ragga and dancehall musician Daniel Wahlgren (born July 13, 1966 in Gothenburg, Sweden).

He debuted in 1988 with the single Funky Raggamuffin/Let the music play, a mixture of dancehall and hip hop. He then joined, and became the rapper for the group Stonefunkers, followed by a few years of cooperation with Rob'n'Raz. He went solo, and had his breakthrough in 1990 with the album Lettin' off steam, which was predominantly hip hop and dancehall. His next album, One Step Ahead, had elements of soul and reggae, mixing song and rap.

His 1994 release, Original Master, produced by Denniz Pop at Cheiron Studio, incorporated eurodisco into his music. This album included the track "The First...

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The Nazarenes are an Ethiopian roots reggae duo consisting of brothers Medhane Tewolde and Noah Isac Tewolde, both of whom are skilled singers, writers, arrangers, and producers. The brothers grew up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in the 1970s. Medhane received his first guitar when he was 12 years old, and the musical course for the brothers was set, with Noah eventually taking up the bass. Both ended up playing in various bands in Europe, making Sweden their home base.

Medhane toured widely in the mid-'90s, working in the road groups of Zqulah, Mama Booker, and Culture Knox, while Noah landed a record deal with Virgin Records in 1992, eventually releasing three singles and an album with Virgin under the name Anbessa.


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