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Ken Ring

Ken Ring is a swedish hip-hop artist from Hässelby, Stockholm. During the late nineties he emerged as one of the first rappers in the second swedish hip-hop wave. During this time artists such as Blues,Petter and Thomas Rusiak. He released his debut album, one of the first hip hop albums to be released in swedish, during the spring of 1998. To this date he has released 5 albums, including one that was made in collaboration with norwegian producer/legend Tommy Tee.

Unlike most other Swedish rappers Ken attracted alot of controversy, because of his tendency to bring out social issues such as crime, jail, drugs and ethnic integration in his songs. Especially controvercial was his song "Spräng regeringen" (translated "blow up the ...

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Dani M


Born and raised in Stockholm, Beldina Nelly Radoudi Nyadwe has family roots in Kenya - hence her artist name, Malaika (“angel” in Swahili), chosen in honor of her late grandmother.

Beldina’s been running her movement - If I Were A Bell - on her own since 2010, getting love on MTV and around the blogosphere along the way. In March 2014 she put out the ‘Opening Act’ mixtape hosted by DjBooth, now followed by her debut EP ‘Intermission’.

Beldina has always had a strong passion for music. At the young age of 6 she started her vocal experience when her mom allowed her to join their local Church Choir; she also started taking Piano lessons on side. Her vocal and musical talent led her to pursue her music interest and she...

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