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Erik Rapp

Erik Rapp (born on July 6, 1996 in Leksand, Sweden) is a Swedish singer.

Erik Rapp began his music career in Sweden during year 2011, when he participated in "Lilla Melodifestivalen 2011" (Swedish selection for Junior Eurovision Song Contest) with the song "Faller" (released in English as "U Got Me Goin' Crazy). Rapp won the Swedish final and was selected to represent Sweden in "Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011" in Yerevan, Armenia. In the JESC final, Rapp finished on 9th place.

On November 23, 2011, weeks before Junior Eurovision Song Contest, he released the single "U Got Me Goin' Crazy", which is the English version of his song "Faller". Same week, on November 29, he released another single "Gimme U'r Read mo...

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After having four singles on the Swedish radiostation P3's playlists (”Spela mig på radion”, ”Förlorad generation” and ”1000-0 till idioterna” "Visst är det vackert”) Zacke released his debutalbum "Visst är det vackert". The album, that was produced by Mördar-Anders from Movits! was praised by critics and listeners. Scandinavia's largest hip-hop magazine Kingsize wrote that the album was "one of the better ones that have been released in a long time". Even other critics were impressed by Zacke's original style and praised him.

2010 was an eventful year with album releases, TV appearances and touring. In January Zacke was on a month long US tour with Movits! The successful tour with 16 gigs around the country lead to a contract...

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Adam Tensta

Adam Momodou Eriksson Taal (born August 1, 1983 in Stockholm, Sweden), better known by his stage name Adam Tensta, is a Swedish Grammis award winning rapper and actor. He released his debut album, It's a Tensta Thing, in 2007 and it featured appearances from fellow Swedish MCs Eboi, Nitti Gritti and Isay. Tensta has never smoked, drank alcohol or done drugs. He strives to be a good role model and is a representative of “A Non Smoking Generation” and an ambassador for the Swedish chapter of Save the Children.

Remember the days when rap music had something to say? A political statement cushioned by a phat track was the order of the day. Much of today´s hiphop is like poor man´s soup: lyrically, no real substance -- just a whole...

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