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EastBam

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EastBam


Roberts Gobziņš (born July 13, 1964 in Riga, Latvia), also known as Eastbam or East Bam (as a result of his artistic connections with Westbam) is a Latvian musician, DJ, MC and radio personality known as a member or collaborator with a number of bands (Dzeltenie Pastnieki, NSRD, 19 gadi pirms sākuma, Dzidriņas Megasistēma, Los Amigos) and, throughout the 1990s, as a nationally successful solo artist. He became a pioneer of Latvian-language Read more on Last.fm
Roberts Gobziņš (born July 13, 1964 in Riga, Latvia), also known as Eastbam or East Bam (as a result of his artistic connections with Westbam) is a Latvian musician, DJ, MC and radio personality known as a member or collaborator with a number of bands (Dzeltenie Pastnieki, NSRD, 19 gadi pirms sākuma, Dzidriņas Megasistēma, Los Amigos) and, throughout the 1990s, as a nationally successful solo artist. He became a pioneer of Latvian-language rap music in 1982 by including a rap interlude on Dzeltenie Pastnieki song "Bezcerīgā dziesma" on the album Man ļoti patīk jaunais vilnis and later releasing the first-ever Latvian rap 12-inch single ("Aka Aka") on Westbam's Low Spirit label. Performing live in Germany, he has shared the bill with De La Soul and the Jungle Brothers. The opera Rolstein on the Beach featured Gobziņš in the role of "The Son of Rothschild". In 2003, Gobziņš took part in "Aka Hip Aka Hop", a collaboration with A.G., Raitis, Guiseppe and Gustavo, celebrating the history of the local scene.

He again was the opening act for De La Soul on December 11, 2004 in Riga. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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