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Pop singer Vincent Gross grew up religious

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Pop singer Vincent Gross grew up religious

This content was published on April 18, 2024 – 1:15 p.m

(Keystone-SDA) The Swiss pop singer Vincent Gross is a believer. Because his parents – a priest and a pastor – ran a parish together, he grew up “fully religious,” said the Basel native in an interview published on Thursday.

“Faith, no matter how you interpret it, moves mountains,” said the singer to “Schweizer Illustrierte”.

The 27-year-old is currently shaking up the hit scene. His hit “Ouzo” cracked the one million click mark on the video portal YouTube in October of last year. A pastor’s son who sings about Greek schnapps – does that fit? “Monks also invented beer, so why can’t I sing about ouzo?” says Gross.

The idea for the hit song came from a friend who called him on Christmas Eve – and “gave” him the idea for the song for Christmas, according to the pop singer. His father then told him: “Vincent, you have to do it, it will be a hit.”

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