Mäk Gälis

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Joonas Aleksi Galle better known by his stage name Mäk Gälis (born in 1989) is a Finnish rap artist. He released his first album Lähi-öissä on 26 April 2013[1] on WEA / Warner Music Finland. His song "Saa föraa" was used for the compilation album on the occasion of the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship.[2] noting that Mäk Gälis was a junior ice hockey player himself and part of the E-89 national side.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Gälis is the younger brother of Ville Galle of the famous Finnish duo JVG.[4] He became known after appearing in a JVG music video.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Peak position
FIN
[5]
2013 Lähi-öissä 32

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