SINGER

Oleh Skrypka

1964 - Today

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Oleh Yuriyovych Skrypka (Ukrainian: Оле́г Ю́рійович Скри́пка, romanized: Oleh Yuriiovych Skrypka, pronounced [oˈlɛɦ ˈjur⁽ʲ⁾ijowɪtʃ ˈskrɪpkɐ]; born 24 May 1964) is a Ukrainian musician, vocalist, composer, and leader of the group Vopli Vidoplyasova. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Oleh Skrypka has received more than 119,257 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Oleh Skrypka is the 1,836th most popular singer, the 17th most popular biography from Tajikistan and the most popular Tadzhik Singer.

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  • 120k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 43.88

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 2.98

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.24

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

Among SINGERS

Among singers, Oleh Skrypka ranks 1,836 out of 4,381Before him are Agnes Obel, LaVern Baker, Jonny Jakobsen, Magdalena Kožená, Eleonore Schwarz, and Brad Delp. After him are Patty Smyth, Svyatoslav Vakarchuk, Rick Ross, Ahlam, Dianne Reeves, and Neal Morse.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1964, Oleh Skrypka ranks 383Before him are Richard Brake, Musashi Mizushima, Greg Graffin, Goran Prpić, Wael Nader al-Halqi, and Afshin Ghotbi. After him are Otmar Szafnauer, Johan Bruyneel, Luboš Kubík, Ernst Vettori, Ken Shamrock, and Butch Reynolds.

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In Tajikistan

Among people born in Tajikistan, Oleh Skrypka ranks 17 out of 35Before him are Qahhor Mahkamov (1932), Vladimir Voinovich (1932), Nellie Kim (1957), Gulnazar Keldi (1945), Yuri Maslyukov (1937), and Henri Weber (1944). After him are Iskandar Khatloni (1954), Svetlana Kitova (1960), Oinikhol Bobonazarova (1948), Rashid Rakhimov (1965), Dilshod Nazarov (1982), and Manizha (1991).

Among SINGERS In Tajikistan

Among singers born in Tajikistan, Oleh Skrypka ranks 1After him are Manizha (1991), and Manija Dawlat (1982).