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Governor Andy

Governor Andy, born 1 December 1962 in Västerås, is a Swedish reggae artist.

Governor Andy began his career as a reggae musician in the band Free Speed ​​1979. He then sang in several bands before 1991 he moved to Stockholm, where he was instrumental in starting reggae clubs Trinity Sound, Slingshot Sound and Club Studio One. He debuted as a solo artist in 1997 with the single "Internet." The debut album would be delayed until 2002, when the dry bones valley was released. He has since released a further three albums, with songs such as Reggae profile, along with Jr. Eric .

He has also appeared on a number of albums by other musicians, including Petter and Kalle Baah . Loreen part in the song Happy Street on t...

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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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