German rap group Warheit specializes in hard-hitting lyrics that are critical of culture; for instance, their first main strike, “Hölle auf Erden” (2007), lambastes the anti-terrorism insurance policies and procedures of america under the command of George W. Bush. Produced in 2002 and located in Frankfurt am Primary, Warheit is made up of Azad (who’s of Kurdish descent), Chaker (Tunisian), Jeyz (Italian), and Sezai (Turkish). The first choice of the group is normally Azad, who’s an effective solo rapper and, along with Bushido and Sido, among Germany’s most well-known. Azad produced his record debut in 2001 (Leben) and started collaborating with Chaker, Jeyz, and Sezai as Warheit shortly afterward; for example, the Warheit cooperation “Ruhe vor Dem Sturm” is normally presented on Azad’s second recording, Faust des Nordwestens (2003). In 2004 Azad founded his personal label, Bozz Music, to which he authorized his Warheit affiliate marketers. One-off Warheit tracks had been released in the years that adopted, and in 2007 the group released its debut recording, Betonklassik. The recording sold pretty well, breaking in to the German Best 50, and it spawned the strike solitary “Hölle auf Erden,” that was released like a maxi-CD.