About Ken Ring
Rapper who has become on the best-known names in Swedish rap with albums like 1999's Vagen Tillbaka, 2003's InblicKEN and 2009's Hip Hop. He is a multiple-time Grammy nominee and has established a long and successful collaboration with Norwegian producer Tommy Lee.
He was born in the Stockholm suburb Hasselby. He first received major attention in the late 90' with the song "Mamma."
In 1999, he was dropped from his record label after being arrested for performing the song "Sprang Regeringen," in which he raps about assaulting Princess Madeleine.
He married a woman named Sambo and has several children. His mother passed away from cancer when he was 14 years old.
He and D12's DeShaun Holton, a.k.a. Proof, co-produced the self-titled album of the rap group Smif-n-Wessun.
Latest information about Ken Ring updated on March 30, 2020.