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Daniel David John Adams-Ray (born 18 August 1983 in Nairobi, Kenya) is a Swedish rapper, singer and fashion designer. When Daniel was 14 years old he and his family moved to Lidingö, Sweden. Daniel didn't want to move and he was bullied even though he came from a fortunate family. After graduating from that school he began to study at Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium where he met Oskar Linnros and together they created the hip-hop duo Snook in 2000. Daniel won Swedish gold in freestyle rap and became "Rapper of the year" in 2006, the year the group split up. During a fashion show 2009 Daniel produced some music which led to his solo career. He call his music "Kenyan pop-disco indie-punk". His new music got inspired from Motown-disco, afro beat,...
Say Lou Lou, formerly known as Saint Lou Lou are twin sisters Elektra and Miranda Kilbey, daughters of The Church's Steve Kilbey.
Considered dream pop or dream wave, they released their first single in 2012 before forming their own record label, à Deux, in 2013. 'Lucid Dreaming' was released universally on April 6th, followed by Scandinavian and North American tours. The twins have then started working on their sophomore album, slated for Spring 2016. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Swedish/Barbadian chanteuse Naomi Pilgrim has just released her debut track “No Gun” and it is quite a delightful treat. While Pilgrim’s name may be unfamiliar to most, she has been establishing herself as a fledgling musician and backup vocalist for a while now, most notably for Lykke Li. “No Gun” is a soul-pop hybrid with Balearic undertones, making it as interesting and enigmatic as Pilgrim herself. The debut track is already heating up the charts over at the Hype Machine — last we checked it was sitting at #35 — so don’t be late to the party on this one! Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.