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Sofia Jannok

Sofia Jannok
Sofia Jannok at Centre Culturel Suedois in 2007
Background information
Birth name Sofia Jannok
Born (1982-09-15) 15 September 1982 (age 31)
Genres Sami
Occupations Singer
Instruments vocals

Brita Maret Sofia Jannok, born 15 September 1982, is a Swedish Sami singer and reindeer owner from Gällivare, Sweden. She mainly sings joiks in Sami. As a reindeer owner, and works against the preservation of the major predator species in Sweden, the near extinct Grey Wolf. As a singer she has performed mostly in Scandinavia, and in May 2010 she toured in China.[1]



Year Album Peak positions
2007 White / Čeaskat  –
2009 By the Embers / Áššogáttis 16
2013 Áphi (Wide as Oceans) 27

Other Appearances

  • 2000: Dál juovlla čuovggaid cahkkehit (Sami Christmas CD)
  • 2007: Ima ipmašat (children's CD, DAT)
  • 2007: Buoremus ájgge (children's CD, Mandy Senger & Sara Aira Fjällström)
  • 2000: *TV-musik ur dokumentärserien Samerna (Scandinavian Songs)
  • 2000: Great North (soundtrack, TVA International inc.)


  • 2000: "Čalmmit" (as part of Sofia och Anna)
  • 2--4: "Liekkas clubmix" (promotional single, Publishment)

Music competitions


External links

  • Myspace

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