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Ozlem Tekin

Rebellious icon of Turkish rock music, and something of the best figures of feminine singers, Ozlem Tekin has confirmed herself in a variety of genres of music, film, and television performances. Given birth to within the U.S. on November 18, 1971, she came back to Turkey to start out primary college. A self-taught guitarist, Tekin also received piano lessons during her senior high school years and was later on accepted within the clarinet division of Hacettepe Condition Conservatory. Fronting many cover rings during her education, she relocated to Istanbul after graduation and became an integral part of Volvox, the very first all-female Turkish rock-band, which also included Sebnem Ferah. After 2 yrs of full-time Volvox, Tekin made a decision to go after a solo profession, working with maker Hakan Peker. Her debut, Kime Ne, premiered in 1996. Although created with the overall, polished approach from the ’90s, Kime Ne was filled with original hits. Initial solitary “Inquire Her Seyi Affeder Mi?” paved just how for all of those other recording, which was mainly a variety of traditional devices with Traditional western pop types — like “Sebepsiz Savas” or “Duvaksiz Gelin” — or simply plain, option disco songs, like “Yar Bana Varmadi” and awesome rockers like “Herkes Sansli Dogmuyor.” Her socially included, yet romantic lyrics had been praised immediately, as well as the recording place Tekin in the limelight. Departing Peker’s label, Tekin released her second recording from Istanbul’s Plak, house from the Turkish pop celebrity Tarkan. Released in 1998, Oz was an all-electronic recording and included the strike “Yol.” Tekin, rotating into her very own world, blended Depeche Mode-like paths with her soulful Morissettesque tone of voice. One year afterwards, she was back again with her third record, Laubali (meaning “excessively familiar” or “free of charge and easy”). The contrary of her second work, Laubali was mainly a party record filled with uptempo, soul-lifting paths. Changing her concentrate after Laubali, Tekin began to host a regular Television show for the summertime; the display would afterwards become among her main passions. Over the following 2 yrs, Tekin took time off and didn’t also play your guitar for one minute, as she stated within an interview. Because of this, the 2002 record Tek Basima noticed a far more mature, much less “laubali” singer as well as the widespread theme of “getting abandoned by way of a fan.” Soon after Tek Basima’s discharge, Tekin toured the summertime metropolitan areas of Turkey with Rock’n Dark, and a free of charge remix record of her five strike songs was presented with away being a souvenir to listeners.She participated within a soundtrack towards the film Neredesin Firuze using the cover of the Dark Sea-originated folk tune. She also toured with Fatih Erkoc and Levent Yuksel in 2004 within a Turkish pop background organization. Tekin’s 5th studio record premiered in 2005 and called 1234 5 67890. A harder, edgier audio was instantly apparent as she came back to her root base for motivation and again amazed her fans, as well as the media, aswell. Featuring songs differing from hard rock and roll to punk with her Turkish accent, Tekin was among the preferred live works of the entire year, and was highlighted in the one “Kalpsiz” by Badem in ’09 2009. While documenting and touring, Tekin also starred inside a Television serial, took little parts in feature movies, sang inside a stage musical and was the best actress within the broadly acclaimed Cem Yilmaz feature Hokkabaz with comedian Yilmaz and Mazhar Alanson.

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