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There is more than one artist with this name:
1) Iman is a British female soul vocalist Iman Osman. Her track Who Was I Trying To Fool was featured on Gilles Peterson's Brownswood Bubblers album. http://www.myspace.com/imanmusic
2) Iman is the new alias of Andy Moor a DJ/producer/remixer from Stoke On Trent, UK.
3) Iman is a 70's Spanish band.
4) Iman is a Tejano/Norteño band from the Rio Grande Valley
5) Iman is a Tamil Film Music Director
6) Iman is the lead singer of Capitol Eye and Tha Mexakinz
7) iMAN is a drum and bass remix artist out of Orange County, California. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons...
Mattias Alkberg, born 8 januari 1969, is a swedish musician, songwriter and poet. He is guitarist and vocalistin the indie rock band The Bear Quartet, that released their first album in 1992, the same year as his first poetry collection, Separerade ägg ("Separated eggs"), was published. His swedish language band Mattias Alkberg BD saw success in 2004 when their first album was released. In 2009 he recorded the solo album Nerverna ("The Nerves").
Alkberg has published four poetry collections on Wahlström & Widstrand. He recieved an award from Svenska Akademien in 2004. Alkberg has also contributed as a chronicler and record reviewer in the newspaper Norrbottens-Kuriren.
Alkberg grew up in Tuna in Luleå but currently ...
Nina Micaela Kinert (26 September 1983), known professionally as Nina K since March 2015, is a Swedish musician/artist. Her sound is a mix between pop, folk and electronic music. In 2004 she released her first album Heartbreaktown on her own label Another Records. The following EP Visitor and the album Let There Be Love were issued on the Swedish branch of V2 Records in 2005. In 2006-07 she was featured by Norwegian singer Ane Brun on her concert tours (Live in Scandinavia, 2007).
Beside the support of the already established Brun, Kinert rose to prominence in 2007 following the use of her song "Through Your Eyes" in a worldwide publicity campaign for the Swedish car company SAAB. A song she did not write, but lent her voice t...