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Graaf

Graaf   (Sweden)

EuroDance group
Added : 04/12/2001
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Graaf Sisters
You Got What I Want
Give It Up
Never Never
Heartbreaker
97 1998 1999

Latest Graaf news

18/02/2006 : Yesterday Hannah Graaf (from Graaf Sisters) competed to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest. She didn't went on to the Swedish final, but during the comming weeks also Rednex and Günther & The Sunshine Girls will compete to go to the final (thanks to Anders Bøgh).

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Graaf albums

Graaf Sisters Graaf Sisters 1998

 

Graaf singles

You Got What I Want You Got What I Want 1998  
Give It Up Give It Up 5th Oct 1998  
Never Never Never Never 1999  
Heartbreaker Heartbreaker 1999  

 

 



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Graaf biography

The blond sisters Magdalena and Hannah Graaf first refused when they were asked to make a record. They didn't want to base their recording on their popularity as models. But they couldn't refuse anymore when Swedish top producers Christer Sandelin and Tommy Ekman contacted them.

Their first single You Got (What I Want) that sold platinum was released in summer 1998 and it was sold several tens of thousands in Sweden. Their second single Give It Up was released in October 1998 and it was very successful in Sweden's single chart. Video from the track was played a lot on MTV Nordic, just like the first song did too. Graaf's first album Graaf Sisters was released in November 1998. The album includes ten tracks. The album was produced by Sandelin, Ekman and Per Adebratt and Rob'n'Raz and Martin Pihl the track Good Good Goodie Goodbye. Backgrounds were sang by e.g. Nana Hedin from E-Type and Jeanette Söderholm. From the album were also released the tracks Never Never and Heartbreaker as singles in 1999, but they were less successful.

2006 : Hannah Graaf competed on the 18th January to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest. She was not selected. In March 2006, Magdalena released her biography "Det ska bli ett sant nöje att döda dej" ("It is going to be a true pleasure to kill you"), where she tells about her childhood and her first, problematic marriage. The title of her book was the last thing her ex-husband Jorma said to her before she left him and fled with their son Isak

2007 : Hannah hosted the Idol 2007 aftershow called "Idol eftersnack" together with Doreen Månsson.

2009 : Magdalena participated in the Swedish edition of Dancing with the Stars (Let's Dance) until the end of January 2009, when she was forced to quit due to a cerebral hemorrhage.

2011 : 2 years after her sister, Hannah will be among the contestants at "Let's Dance".

www.gazoline.se/graaf/ - The official website
Graaf at Findance
Thanks to Nedim Kesedzic and Anders Bøgh

Graaf biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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