Yepha

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Yepha
Birth name Jeppe Bruun Wahlstrøm
Born 1983
Denmark
Genres Rap, Urban music, Danish pop
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, rapper, musician
Years active 2001 – 2011 (as UFO & Yepha)
2011 – present (as solo)
Associated acts UFO
UFO & Yepha

Jeppe Bruun Wahlstrøm (born in Denmark in 1983) better known by his stage name Yepha, is a Danish, singer, rapper and hip hop artist. He was part of the rap duo UFO & Yepha. After they split up, Yepha went solo.

2002–2011: As UFO and Yepha[edit]

Kristian Humaidan (known as UFO) won the freestyle championship MC's Fight Night in 2002. Soon he started collaborating as a duo with Jeppe Bruun Wahlstrøm (known as Yepha, born 1983)[1] through Svendborg, and later from Aarhus. They were also known as Whyyou (taking lead from first letters of their names). They had a good number of chart successes before they split-up as a duo in 2011.

They had three albums charting on the official Danish Albums Chart as follows:

  • U vs. Y (2003 – reached #28)
  • Ingen som os (2006 – reached #20)
  • Kig mig i øjnene (2008 – rewached #32)

They released many singles as UFO and Yepha including charting singles:

  • "Hver dag" (2003, reached #1)
  • "Næh næh" (Ufo Yepha feat. Anna David) (2008 – reached #20)
  • "Stille og roligt knald pa" (2009, reached #27)

2011– : Solo career[edit]

While in UFO & Yepha, Yepha had collaborated with Morten Hampenberg & Alexander Brown, a collaboration that continued as a solo artist with the release of "Det stikker helt af" and "Klovn".

In 2012, Yepha released his single "Det går ned" that featured Niklas.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak position Certification
DAN
[2]
2012 "Det går ned"
(Yepha feat. Niklas)
31
"Ik' gør' det"
17
Featured in
Year Single Peak position Certification
DAN
[3]
2009 "Skub til taget"
(Morten Hampenberg & Alexander Brown featuring Yepha)
3
  • Gold
2011 "Det stikker helt af"
(Morten Hampenberg & Alexander Brown featuring Yepha)
6
  • Gold
"Klovn"
(Morten Hampenberg & Alexander Brown featuring Yepha & Casper Christensen)
5
  • Gold

References[edit]