The Best Icelandic Bands and Musicians to Know (2024)

When you /think of Icelandic bands and music, what comes to mind? Probably Björk, maybe Sigur Rós, and (if you’re not Icelandic) probably a bit of a blank. That’s okay, we’re here to help.

Iceland was isolated from outside musical influences until bands like the Sugarcubes (one of Björk’s early bands!) hit the world stage. Iceland’s musical isolation left room for its style and traditions to remain untouched until the 18th century when outside musical instruments like the harmonica and the organ entered the country and influenced their sound.

The earliest form of the country’s music is called a “rímur,” or a rhyme and dates back as early as the 14th century. Set in the standard formatting of a rhyming poem, rímur are songs that use similar-sounding words in verses. They are stanzaic structured, meaning four lines established the style of the rímur.

For centuries, Icelandic folk music was the long-standing popular music of the country. Its unique rhythm, caused by putting stress on the last word of the phrase, is called Hákveða. Today, Iceland’s most popular music (and popularly exported music, too) is rock.

While folk and rock music are the most listened-to musical style among Icelanders, other genres are gaining steam. Icelandic musicians are creating great music across an array of categories including jazz, hip hop, and classical.

Here are the Icelandic bands and musicians you need to know:

Icelandic Folk Music

Icelandic Contemporary Classical Music

Icelandic Atmospheric Music

Icelandic Electronic Music

Icelandic Metal Music

Icelandic Pop-Rock

Icelandic Pop Music

Icelandic Jazz Music

Icelandic Reggae Music

Icelandic Folk Music

Ylja

This folk pair sing Ylja debuted its self-titled album Ylja in 2012. They formed in 2008 after meeting in high school. The pair attribute their musical style to their Icelandic folk roots, which can be heard clearly on their 2018 album Dætur. Ylja also has a knack for experimental musical approaches, as seen in their 2014 album Commotion.

Of Monsters and Men

Of Monsters and Men’s music has had a global presence since they debuted in 2011 with My Head Is an Animal. After three studio albums, a live album, and having their music featured in such movies as The Hunger Games (2013), and television shows as The Walking Dead (2013), and Jessica Jones (2015), the indie rock band will hit the road in summer of 2021 for a European tour.

Ólöf Arnalds

Ólöf Arnalds has been on the Icelandic folk scene since the early 2000s and has worked with none other than Björk. She is a multi-instrumentalist and has several albums that often are classified as neo-folk.

Sóley

Raised on jazz and classical piano in a musical family, Sóley Stefánsdóttir eventually came to folk music as her outlet. Her most recent album, Harmóník I & II , is considere indie-pop, yet the album is framed through classical movements. It would be an entirely instrumental recording, if not for her stunning choral harmonies on some of the tracks.

Icelandic Contemporary Classical Music

Dymbrá

While labeled as classical, Dymbrá’s sound has pop highlights that are bright and free. Eyrún and Nina debuted in 2020 as Dymbrá with its self-titled album. Both have a classical background and play just about every instrument.

María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir

María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir is a composer and violinist. She composed music for Icelandic films such as Tales from the Gimli Hospital: Reframed (2011), and for Joan Jonas’s 2017 film, Moving off Land. In addition to film scoring, María has directed choral, ensembles, and orchestras.

Hugar

Hugar is known for its alternative classical approach which has been categorized as neo-classical. Hugar is duo Bergur Pórisson and Pétur Jónsson, childhood friends that decided to form Hugar in 2012.

Mikael Lind

When classical meets electronic, the musical journey becomes a reflective soundscape that gives space to every medley. Mikael Lind debuted in 2018 and has released an album every year since. His latest album is Current Creations (2021).

Icelandic Atmospheric Music

Bjarki

Though techno is Bjarki’s main genre, his ambient tracks provoke introspection. Bjarki’s last release, Chanting from a Tiny Book, is a four-track album with a moving bassline and drums to keep you moving in the clubs.

Amiina

Go on a journey with Amiina’s ambient music. The transitions, the blending of organic instruments like the strings in “Crocodiles,” from her 2016 release, Fantômas, and the electronic sounds that appear toward the end of the song, will keep your ears alert.

Biggi Hilmars

Need dramatic and ambient soundtrack music that finds a calm place to let your mind focus? You’d do well to sart with Biggi Hilmars’s music. Check out the self-titled piece from the BBC’s The Last Igloo (2020).

Ben Frost

Ben Frost keeps busy with his collaborations with Iceland’s great musicians, including Björk and Brian Eno. He wears many hats as a musician, producer, composer, and director. Frost plays with sound, from incomprehensible static to delays and loops.

Icelandic Electronic Music

GusGus

If you’re into electronic music like trip-hop or house, then GusGus is definitely for you. The band has been around since 1995, first coming together to make film soundtrack music, but later creating albums of their own.

Hermigervill

You could call Hermigervill a DJ or a keyboard player. Either way, his sound is blending with synths and samples from things you might not have ever heard before.

Bloodgroup

Bloodgroup is a four-person electro-pop band formed in 2006. Their music combines synth sounds with bass, drums, guitar, and vocals.

Sísý Ey

Just click the link to this song and let that house groove hit you. The fairy tale version of of Sísý Ey would be called “Three Sisters and a DJ” because that’s the line-up of this house music group. Now let’s get that name right: See-see.ay.

Icelandic Metal Music

Sólstafir

Sólstafir is a post-metal band and is probably dubbed as such because of the ambient foundation in their music. The band’s musical journey began in 1995, playing black metal and Viking metal during the second wave of metal music.

Agent Fresco

The musical identity of Agent Fresco is an energetic mix of art, pop, metal, and alternative music. They’ve been around since 2010, so they had a chance to perfect their blended approach to music.

Skálmöld

Skálmöld is a folk-Viking metal band, and if you watch this video below, you’ll be connected to Scandinanvian sentiments of days long-gone. Their historical connection to Iceland’s Civil War history is in the band’s name, translating approximately to “anarchy.”

Greta Salóme

Singer, songwriter, and violinist for the Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Greta Salóme can do it all. In 2012, Salóme represented Iceland in the Eurovision competition, and she’s been a popular musical fixture in the country ever since.

Icelandic Pop-Rock

Björk

You can’t have a list about Icelandic music without devoting (a lot of) space to Björk. In fact, it’s likely that global interest in Icelandic music may not even exist in the way it does today if not for Björk.

It’s hard to categorise the music of the singer, songwriter, DJ, producer, and actress; it could fit in almost any category in this article, but her overall appeal rests on pop and rock sensibilities. Her work combines electronic, punk, trip hop, and even occasionally classical music.

Björk got her start with Icelandic punk bands KUKL and Tappi Tíkarrass, then indie band Sugarcubes in the mid-1980s, scoring an international hit with “Birthday.” The band broke up and she began her solo career in 1992, a career which has spanned nine albums and has defined, then redefined, what it means to be an experimental musical artist. Björk continues to evolve, pushing herself into new musical categories, mediums, and forms of expression.

Iris Arins

Iris Arins is Iris Arins, and Iris Thorarins. They play a mix of pop, alternative, and electronic and sometimes the occasional off-beat rhythm.

Hafdis Huld

Hafdis Huld is a singer and actor, as well as a former member of GusGus. Her sound is symphonic and poppy; let it wash over you.

Ólafur Arnalds

Ólafur Arnalds plays everything! His music is set for films and deep thought for its ambient and electronic approach.

Sigur Rós

Sigur Rós has been making records since the mid-1990s and is still at it. Their music is labeled “post-rock,” but its falsetto vocals and ambient electro accompaniment make Sigur Rós’s music unique.

Emilíana Torrini

Icelandic-Italian Emilíana Torrini is a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter who has sung with and written for Kylie Minogue and Thievery Corporation, to name a few. She was a member of the techno group GusGus. Her sound is a mix of pop, electronic, alternative music.

FM Belfast

The electro-pop band FM Belfast has been together since 2005, dropping their self-produced debut album, How to Make Friends in 2008. Since their debut album, FM Belfast has produced two more albums, Don’t Want to Sleep (2011) and Island Broadcast (2017).

Retro Stefson

Unnsteinn and Logi Stefánsson formed the eight-member indie-pop band Retro Stefson in 2006. They released their debut album Kimbabwe in 2011 and their second album Retro Stefson in 2013. Since their sophomore album, Retro Stefson has also released a single, “Skin” (2016), and an EP, Scandinavian Pain.

Icelandic Pop Music

Between Mountains

Katla Vigdís and Ásrós Helga formed Between Mountains in 2017. Their pop-folk songs are about life in Iceland and the mystic Nordic region where the landscape is beautiful and unforgiving.

Friðrik Dór

Friðrik Dór is a pop and R&B singer-songwriter. He’s worked with Retro Stefson, playing both drums and keyboards.

Jón Jónsson

Pop singer Jón Jónsson is the brother of R&B singer Friðrik Dór. Quite a talented family they have there! Jónsson writes his songs in Icelandic.

Bríet

Bríet sings in both English and Icelandic. She has received numerous awards in Iceland for her music, such as the Icelandic Music Awards. Her music is reminiscent of early 2000s R&B and pop, with slow and catchy melodies.

Rokky

Rokky’s music is electro-dance music, but she’s been known to show up on the scene bearing only her guitar and vocals for a set or two!

Icelandic Jazz Music

Laufey

Icelandic-Chinese jazz singer and guitarist Laufey Lin released her debut album, Typical of Me, in 2021. Her sound captures the dreaminess and classy elements of vocal jazz. It’s a gorgeous blend of classical jazz vocals and modern sound.

Ingi Bjarni Trio

The thoughtful music of the Ingi Bjarni Trio is true to both its jazz and Icelandic roots; classic in every sense of the word.

Sunna Gunnlaugs & Maarten Ornstein

Icelandic jazz pianist Sunna Gunnlaug and Dutch saxophonist Maarten Ornstein paired up to bring you quirky and playful sounds.

Sólskríkjan

Jazz bassist Leifur Gunnarsson’s trio debut Húsið Sefur (2020) is a quiet album with the occasional vocals in Icelandic. Jazz lovers will be interested to hear the layering of classic sound over Icelandic vocals.

Sigmar Matthiasson

Sigmar Matthiasson is a jazz bassist and composer who studied in NYC. He has recently returned to Iceland to join his contemporaries on the Icelandic jazz scene, and he’s already making a splash.

Baldvin Hlynsson Quintet

Baldvin Hlynsson Quintet is growing notoriety at home in Iceland and abroad.

Icelandic Hip-Hop & Rap Music

Emmsjé Gauti

Emmsjé Gauti flows in Icelandic over thumping beats made for kicking back or cruising in your car.

Birnir

Is there such a thing as contemplative hip-hop? There sure is; Birnir is Iceland’s proof of the fact. Both beats and lyrics will keep your mind and body moving.

Reykjavíkurdætur

Reykjavíkurdætur, translated in English as “the Daughters of Reykjavik,” have been making hip-hop music since 2013, and released their first album, Rvk Dtr, in 2016.

Skate

Skate brings the Icelandic club scene to your ears with their electro-pop sound. Get ready to dance!

Icelandic Reggae Music

Amabadama & Hjálmar

Icelandic reggae bands are not particularly easy to find, but Amabadama and Hjálmar stand out.

Amabadama’s music carries an uplifting reggae groove, while Hjálmar’s music goes more into the roots feeling of the soul-searching reggae vocalist.

Want more Scandinavian music? Listen to the best from ABBA and Robyn, then find out about Scandinavian metal music and dive deeper into Swedish metal bands.

The Best Icelandic Bands and Musicians to Know (2024)

FAQs

The Best Icelandic Bands and Musicians to Know? ›

Björk. Björk is probably the best known Icelandic artist worldwide.

Who is the most successful Icelandic musician? ›

Björk. Björk is probably the best known Icelandic artist worldwide.

What are Iceland's biggest musical artist? ›

What Are Some Famous Bands From Iceland?
  • Bjork. Bjork is one of the most famous Icelandic musicians in the world. ...
  • Sigur Ros. This Reykjavik-based band has been on the music scene since the mid-90's, and is adored around the world. ...
  • The Sugarcubes. ...
  • Emiliana Torrini. ...
  • Mani Orrason. ...
  • Of Monsters And Men. ...
  • GusGus. ...
  • Seabear.

What bands come from Iceland? ›

Well-known artists from Iceland include medieval music group Voces Thules, alternative rock band The Sugarcubes, singers Björk, Hafdís Huld and Emiliana Torrini, post-rock band Sigur Rós, post-metal band Sólstafir, indie folk/indie pop band Of Monsters and Men, blues/rock band Kaleo, metal band Skálmöld and techno- ...

What is the most common music in Iceland? ›

The most popular and common of the Icelandic genres is folk music. Icelandic folk music has a long history on the island, with some of the most popular songs still being sung that originated back in the 14th century.

Who is the No 1 singing group in the world? ›

BTS currently holds the record for most consecutive weeks at number one with 180.

What is traditional Icelandic music called? ›

Sagas and Rímur

Iceland is famous for its heroic ballad poetry, the sagas, which date back to the Viking era and were passed down orally for centuries. The tradition of singing sagas can still be found in the Icelandic folk songs known as rímur.

What language is spoken in Iceland? ›

Icelandic is a North Germanic language spoken by about 314,000 people, the vast majority of whom live in Iceland where it is the national language. It is most closely related to Faroese and Western Norwegian. The language is more conservative than most other Western European languages.

What is the religion of Iceland? ›

Religion in Iceland

The national church is the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland and 80% of the population identify as such. Almost 5% of people practice ásatrú, the traditional Norse religion.

Does Iceland have more females than males? ›

While there were around 1,000 more men than women in 2013, this number had increased to over 10,000 by 2023. That year, there were around 200,000 men and 188,000 women living in Iceland. The total number of inhabitants in the country was 387,758 at the beginning of 2023.

What ethnic is Iceland? ›

Ethnic groups

Icelandic 81.3%, Polish 5.6%, Danish 1%, other 12.1% (2021 est.)

How celtic is Iceland? ›

Genetic studies in Iceland reveal about 20% of the males and 63% of the females have Irish ancestry. There are many names of people and places in Iceland that derive from our Irish ancestry. St. Patrick's Day celebrates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland and celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish.

What is the main rock in Iceland? ›

Iceland is composed mainly of igneous rock. Sedimentary rock accounts for only 8-10% of Iceland's volume, and there is no true metamorphic rock on the island. Igneous rock is classified on the basis of its chemical and mineral composition.

What are 3 things Iceland is famous for? ›

Iceland is most famous for its rugged landscapes and scenery. The Northern Lights, Blue Lagoon, volcanoes, glaciers, and waterfalls top the list of must-sees. Iceland is also famous for its history and being settled by the Vikings.

What language is Icelandic most like? ›

Icelandic is the official language in Iceland. It is an Indo-European language and belongs to the Nordic branch of the Germanic languages. It is similar to Old Norse and closely related to Norwegian and Faroese, rather than Danish or Swedish.

What is the oldest song in Icelandic music? ›

Heyr himna smiður” is likely the oldest psalm still to be sung today but it was composed by Kolbeinn Tumason in the year 1208. Some of the oldest songs still being sung today in Iceland can be traced back to the 14th century.

What is the #1 song of all time? ›

1 Billboard Hot 100 Song of All Time | Billboard News. The Weeknd's “Blinding Lights” is the new No. 1 song on Billboard's Greatest Songs of All Time Hot 100 Chart. It's replacing Chubby Checker's “The Twist”.

Which band has the best music in the world? ›

The Beatles

Comprised of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, The Beatles are globally recognized and are credited with inspiring many famous musicians to pursue music. The most influential band of all time, The Beatles are creative and innovative, and a deserving band at the top of this list.

Who is considered the best band of all time? ›

Top 10 Best Bands of All Time (2023 Update)
RankBandCertified Sales
1The Beatles290.4 Million
2The Rolling Stones102.7 Million
3Pink Floyd123.8 Million
4Led Zeppelin142.4 Million
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Apr 13, 2023

What does Reykjavík mean in Icelandic? ›

Reykur (smoke) , Vik (bay). Reykjavik therefore means “smokey bay” or “bay of smoke”

Why does Icelandic sound German? ›

Of North Germanic origin, the language seems like a world away from English, like so many Scandinavian languages. Icelandic is closely related to German and Faroese too, however, it's a lot more conservative when it comes to pronunciation.

What is the national dance of Iceland? ›

Vikivaki

Can I speak English in Iceland? ›

We speak good English in Iceland, with most residents learning it from a very early age. Honestly, almost every Icelander speaks English fluently. While some older people in the more rural areas might not understand much English, you can get through these situations with a smile and an open mind!

Is it difficult to learn Icelandic? ›

According to the US Foreign Service Institute lists Icelandic as a Category 4 language. This means that it's harder to learn than French for example, but it's also much easier to master than Chinese. They also say that it would take an average native English speaker 1100 hours of study to reach fluency in Icelandic.

What is average salary in Iceland? ›

What is average wage in Iceland? Average Wages in Iceland increased to 808000 ISK/Month (5799.178 USD/Month) in 2022. The maximum rate of average wage for employees was 695000 ISK/Month and minimum was 380000 ISK/Month. Data published Yearly by Statistics.

What are 5 interesting facts about Iceland? ›

Read below and you'll be truly ready for your upcoming trip to Iceland.
  • Many Icelanders believe in elves. ...
  • It is one of the oldest democracies in the world. ...
  • The unique Icelandic language includes over 100 words for wind. ...
  • Ice cream is the perfect first date. ...
  • Iceland has 13 Santas (kind of) ...
  • Icelanders love books.
Feb 17, 2023

How many Americans live in Iceland? ›

Auspiciously, US Americans living in Iceland increased by 149 people between 2020 and 2021, and have finally broken the four-digit barrier, now comprising 1,005 people in Iceland's population.

What is the average age in Iceland? ›

According to new data published by Eurostat last week, the median age of the European Union population was 44.4 years old as of January 1, 2022. The median age in Iceland, 36.7, is far lower—lower in fact, than in any country in the EU.

What's the crime rate in Iceland? ›

Iceland is considered by many as one of the safest countries in the world to live in, with very low crime and murder rates. For instance, the country has one of the lowest murder rate in Europe, and only five persons were killed on the island in 2020, an unusually high record for the small country.

Where do the rich live in Iceland? ›

Garðabær. Garðabær is the town between Hafnarfjörður and Kópavogur, still located within the capital region. It is known for its extravagant houses and being home to some of the richest people in Iceland.

What are the physical traits of Icelandic people? ›

Icelanders are of Scandinavian descent and are generally tall, blonde, and light-skinned. Because there is little diversity in the population, genetic researchers have studied diseases among Icelanders. These studies have helped find cures for many hereditary diseases.

Is it expensive to live in Iceland? ›

High cost of living: Iceland is one of the most expensive countries to live in, with high costs for food, housing, and transportation. Limited job market: The job market in Iceland is relatively small, and it may be difficult for foreigners to find work.

Why do Icelanders look alike? ›

Many of these have roots in the Philippines, south-east Asia, and South and Central America among other places. And so, fifty years ago most Icelanders may have looked very similar, especially because almost everyone was distantly related.

Are Icelandic people related to Irish? ›

Some genes are passed on only by fathers, and some only by mothers. From this, genetic studies in Iceland reveal that 19% of current Icelandic men trace back through their line of fathers and 62% of women trace back through their line of mothers to settlers from Ireland or another British Isle.

Who colonized Iceland? ›

The colonization of Iceland by Norse settlers and people from the western lands, i.e. Ireland and Scottish islands, took place in the second half of the 9th century.

What gem is Iceland known for? ›

Icelandic Spar (also known as Calcite – Calcit – Calcite – Calcita ) Helgustaðir farther along the shore east of the village Eskifjörður, is world-famous.

Is it OK to take rocks from Iceland? ›

Many visitors yearn to take a lava rock home with them after their trip. To protect Iceland's natural places, it is illegal to take anything natural out of protected areas. This includes plants, fossils, minerals, and lava rocks.

What is the famous Icelandic stone? ›

The Húsafell Stone is a legendary lifting stone weighing 186 kg (410 lb) located in a west country farming estate in Húsafell, Iceland about 132 km (82 mi) north east from Reykjavík.

What is Iceland's most famous dish? ›

Hakarl is a fermented shark and the most famous food in Iceland. If you're brave enough to give it a try, an experience eating hakarl will certainly be an authentic story to take home with you.

What animal is Iceland known for? ›

What is Iceland's national animal? The gyrfalcon is considered to be Iceland's national animal. This bird of prey is large and fast, symbolising freedom and power.

What do you call someone from Iceland? ›

Icelanders (Icelandic: Íslendingar) are an ethnic group and nation who are native to the island country of Iceland and speak Icelandic. Icelanders.

What is the hardest language to learn Icelandic? ›

Icelandic is a category IV language in terms of difficulty according to the FSI. So, it's harder than French but much easier than learning Chinese would be.

Are Icelandic people affectionate? ›

As well as being open-hearted and kind, Icelandic people are consistently rated as the happiest in the world! That happiness translates into how locals treat each other and how they welcome the many seasonal visitors.

What music do Icelanders listen to? ›

Iceland's traditional music is related to Nordic music forms. Icelandic popular music today includes many bands and artists, ranging from indie and pop-rock to electronic music. It is also increasingly becoming recognized for its vibrant and growing metal and hardcore scene.

What is the most popular sport in Iceland? ›

Icelanders enjoy many types of sports like football (soccer), athletics, golf, basketball, tennis, volleyball, swimming, chess but the most popular sport in the country is team handball.

Is Bjork the most famous Icelandic? ›

Björk was Iceland's first celebrity to truly achieve overseas fame. However, Björk Guðmundsdóttir, as she is called by her full name, is by every definition, an icon of the Icelandic culture scene.

Who is the most successful male musician? ›

250 million or more records
ArtistCountryPeriod active
Elvis PresleyUnited States1953–1977
Michael JacksonUnited States1964–2009
Elton JohnUnited Kingdom1962–present
QueenUnited Kingdom1971–present
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Who is the most hard working band in the world? ›

A new study by the Institue of Contemporary Music Performance has revealed that King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard are one of the world's hardest-working touring acts.

Who is the most impactful musician? ›

The most influential musicians of all time include Louis Armstrong, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and Bob Marley. These artists influenced the world with their unconventional music styles, and many also fought for moral issues. This article highlights the legacy of 9 most influential musicians.

Who is the most famous Viking from Iceland? ›

Nowadays, Hrafna-Flóki is still one of Iceland's best-recognized Vikings. He infamously sailed to Iceland and brought with him his 3 ravens, one of which eventually flew back with a straw in mouth indicating in which direction Hrafna-Flóki should sail to. This is believed to be how he found his way to Iceland.

Are any celebrities from Iceland? ›

Icelandic celebrities: Björk and other musicians

Icelandic singer Björk Guðmundsdóttir is probably the most famous Icelander on our list. At least, she's likely to the one that most people recognize by name. The well-known singer-songwriter got her start with the band she founded called The Sugarcubes.

Who is the biggest selling band of all time? ›

Perhaps unsurprisingly, British rock band The Beatles are top of the list for best-selling artists worldwide, with 183 million units certified sales.

What is the fastest band ever? ›

Known as the fastest band in the world, Grammy-nominated extreme power metal band DragonForce is based in London, England.

What is the worlds most famous song? ›

According to Guinness World Records, Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" (1942) as performed by Bing Crosby is the best-selling single worldwide, with estimated sales of over 50 million copies.

What is the most notorious band in the world? ›

MÖTLEY CRÜE is The World's Most Notorious Rock Band.

What musicians will stand the test of time? ›

Music legends that will last the test of time
  • Bob Dylan. ...
  • The Rolling Stones. ...
  • Elton John. ...
  • Key Factors for Lasting Success and Popularity. ...
  • Kanye West. ...
  • Kendrick Lamar. ...
  • Mac Miller.

Who is the most accomplished musician? ›

Finally, the title for the most successful musical artist of all time goes to The Beatles. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr joined forces in Liverpool, England in 1960. Worldwide sales for the group have reached unparalleled levels: 1.6 billion singles and 600 million albums.

Who is the king of music all time? ›

Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009) was an American singer, songwriter, dancer, and philanthropist. Known as the "King of Pop", he is regarded as one of the most significant cultural figures of the 20th century.

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