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Birth name  Oyvind Sauvik
Associated acts  Paperboys
Music group  Paperboys
Years active  2002 – present
Genres  Hip hop music
Name  Oyvind Sauvik
Occupation(s)  Singer, songwriter
Role  Musician
Also known as  Vincent Vagabond
Website  www.vinnivagabond.no

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Born  February 3, 1976 (age 39) Arendal, Norway (1976-02-03)
Albums  No Cure for Life, The Road to Ellenside, Callithump, Oppvakningen
Parents  Ingunn Klepsvik, Leif Sauvik
Similar People  Halvdan Sivertsen, Oystein Dolmen, Tommy Tee, DJ Nils Noa, Lars Vaular

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Øyvind Sauvik (born 3 February 1976), better known by his stage name Vinni, is a Norwegian musician and hip hop artist.

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Biography

Born in Arendal, Norway, Sauvik moved with his parents to Tanzania when he was three years old, as they worked with development agency NORAD. He grew up in Africa and learned to speak Swahili there.

Upon his return, he formed the hip hop duo Paperboys with Jarle "J.J." Hollerud. When JJ left the formation, he was replaced by DJ Ole Alexander "Pope Dawg" Halstensgård. In the duo Øyvind Sauvik was popularly known as Vincent Vagabond or just Vinni. The band released a number of successful albums.

In 2009, Vinni took part in the Norwegian TV 2 channel's reality television program Det store korslaget, a competition of choirs. He took on a choir from Kolbotn where they finished 5th in the competition out of 7 choirs taking part.

In 2009, he also took part in Zebra Grand Prix a car racing competition of celebrities broadcast on TV2 Zebra where Vinni partnered with Vibeke Klemetsen. Although the couple passed the preliminary round of the race, they were eliminated after the semi-final race. The partners Trine Rein & Jan Erik Larssen were the eventual winners.

Vinni and the Vagabonds

In 2010, he carved for himself an independent musical career with his band Vinni and the Vagabonds with a release of the album Happily Lost.

In Hver gang vi møtes

Vinni also took part in the reality television program Hver gang vi møtes also on TV 2, with well-known singers competing on performing of hits of the other participants. Vinni's interpretation were:

  1. Halvdan Sivertsen episode - "Sommerfuggel i vinterland"
  2. Bertine Zetlitz episode - "Apples & Diamonds"
  3. Jan Eggum episode - "Kor é alle helter hen?"
  4. Anne Grete Preus episode - "Millimeter"
  5. Øyvind "Vinni" Sauvik episode - Being his week, the other participants sang Vinni's own hits with Elvira Nikolaisen singing "Barcelona", Jan Eggum singing "Tomorrow", Bertine Zetlitz singing "Change My Star", Øystein Dolmen singing "Let the Monkey Out", Anne Grete Preus singing "Medisin" and Halvdan Sivertsen singing "Lonesome Traveller"
  6. Elvira Nikolaisen episode - "Nothing to Lose"
  7. Øystein Dolmen episode - "God morgen Norge"

EMI released a compilation of the performances on an album entitled Venner. Vinni's interpretation of "Sommerfuggel i vinterland" from Halvdan Sivertsen proved to be the most popular of all the performances.

In 2012, Vinni had a huge success with the single "Sommerfuggel i Vinterland" that he performed initially during Hver gang vi møtes. the song stayed at the top of the VG-lista, the official Norwegian Singles Chart, for 5 consecutive weeks. This top selling single was replaced by yet another of his Hver gang vi møtes performances namely "Godmorgen Norge" which also reached #1 and staying at the top of the VG-lista for another 2 weeks, making it a total of 7 consecutive weeks for Vinni on top of the Norwegian charts in 2012.

Based on this immense success, Vinni released yet a third single "Halve meg" that entered the Norwegian Singles Chart at #4 in its first week of release. A studio album is expected during 2012.

Albums

Solo
as Vinni and the Vagabonds
as Paperboys

Singles

as Vinni & the Vagabonds
as Paperboys

References

Vinni Wikipedia


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