Norway's Tommy Tee started out as a graffiti artist and break dancer in Oslo when the hip-hop phenomenon invaded Scandinavia in the early 80's. His interest in DJ'ing grew and after doing mix-tapes and playing in the clubs, he got offered his own radio show at a Oslo station called Rainbow Radio in 1986. He quickly became the Music Director, and when NRK (the official Norwegian television and radio broadcasting company) launched their new national station P3, Tommy Tee got offered his two hours prime-time show called The National Rap Show. The program is one of the country's most popular shows, with more than 100,000 listeners every Friday. (Great rating in a country with only 4,7 million people)
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