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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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Hästpojken is a pop band from Gothenburg, Sweden that started out as a duo consisting of Martin Elisson (formerly singer of Bad Cash Quartet) and Lars "Poplars" Malmros (formerly drums in Broder Daniel). During the fall of 2007 the band opened for Sahara Hotnights in their Swedish tour. Their first single "Shane MacGowan" became a MySpace/radio hit, and Hästpojken ("The Horse Boy") released their debut album "Caligula" in January 2008.

Poplars left the band because of personal reasons in April and Nico Janco (of Whyte Seeds) replaced him. The band is no longer a duo either, due to "live members" (Adam Bolméus, Pontus Tenggren, Joel Alme & Nico Janco) being added to the "real" band, too. In the summer of '08 Hästpojken could b...

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Jennifer Brown

Jennifer Brown (born February 18, 1972) is a Swedish singer. She was born in Hjällbo, north eastern of Gothenburg. The single "Tuesday Afternoon" was a hit single in Scandinavia, and reached #57 in the UK Singles Chart. The album, Vera, also sold well there. Her work is perhaps best known, however, through the highly successful cover of her song "Alive" by trance artist Paul van Dyk, which became a top 20 hit across Europe in 2000.

She has recorded four albums to date. Her album titles are Giving You The Best (1994), In My Garden (1998), Vera (1999) and Home (2003). Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.Läs mer

Sara Varga

Sara Varga is a singer/songwriter from Stockholm, Sweden.

Sara Varga has released one album in English "Faith Hope & Love" in 2008 via Universal Music.

In December 2010, it was announced that Sara Varga is participating in "Melodifestivalen 2011" (Swedish selection for Eurovision Song Contest 2011), with her song "Spring för livet" (Run for your life).
The song was first voted into the "2nd chance"-semifinal, and on March 5th, she was finally voted into the big final in Stockholm. "Spring för livet" is also the name of her 2nd album which is released on March 30th, 2011 on Roxy Recordings.

Besides from the singing and lyrics writing, Sara Varga is also working as a DJ who has been playing in clubs s...

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Arja Saijonmaa (FI)

Arja Saijonmaa (born December 1, 1944) is a Finnish singer, political activist and occasional actress.

She made her breakthrough as a singer in Sweden. She has made albums with Swedish translations of songs by Mikis Theodorakis, as well as covers of Zarah Leander songs.

As a politician, she has been a member of the Swedish People's Party in Finland and in 1987 she was appointed UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador. When Prime minister Olof Palme was buried in 1986, she sung "Jag vill tacka livet".

Her last album Nära was recorded in Assisi, Italy in 2003.

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