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Moi – Ingenting

I have to say, i usually don’t write often about music with Norwegian lyrics very often, but this was just too impressive to pass me by,
Ingjerd Østrem Omland, aka Moi, which comes from Hovsherad on the west-coast of Norway. About a year ago she won everybody’s hearts in a contest covering Kaizers Orchestras hit-song “Hjerteknuser” (Heartbreaker). And now on the song “Ingenting” (nothing) Ingjerd sings in her Charming Rogalands Dialect , so to quote “Heartbreaking from the west-coast”

After listening to this song, and the others from the mini album, Chair-O-Planes, i am really looking forward to hearing more from this artist that is bound to hit several markets all around the world, so you better pay attention to what is coming from Moi in the future.

Here is the Official music-video for “Ingenting” :

Listen to “Ingenting” on Spotify.

Preview and download “ingenting” on iTunes.

Links, including songs with English lyrics :


2 responses

  1. Benedict

    I really like her, though her cover of Hjerteknuser is better than Ingenting both are good songs. I don’t speak Norwegian or any Scandinavian language but I noticed she had a different accent. Because of her nom-de-plume I thought it might be Norwegian with a French accent; she pronounces her “r”s the same way as well. I like hearing about linguistic diversity in other countries. Long-live accents.


    6. November 2011 at 18:55

  2. Marte

    i love her too:) would be great if people outside norway would understand how great she is too! There is no french-accent, just one of the many hundred different dialects we have in Norway. you should also check out “moddi”, we like too say that he is the norwegian sigur ròs(althoug sigur is better:P)


    11. November 2011 at 21:38

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