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Nicole Sabouné

Nicole Sabouné (b. 23 May 1991, Amanda Marina Nicole Sabouné in Sölvesborg, Sweden). After three singles, her début album is Must Exist (15 Jan 2014, King Island / Roxy), which has 1970s / 1980s rock / punk influences.

Sabouné reached the semifinals of The Voice Sverige, 2012 (a The Voice franchise), with Ola Salo as her coach. She writes music with Salo and Niklas Stenemo.

She toured Must Exist in Sweden.

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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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