The birth of Turkish Rap (Part 2); They suffered the pain a the hardship gained respect and mastery. They sacrificed everything material and spiritual for Turkish Rap, but they never swam in money. They have suffered the ordeal for 30 years, but the so-called rap singers who are teenagers are swimming in money. What an unfair end, don’t you think?

Birth of Turkish rap Chapter 2

Birth of Turkish rap Chapter 1 in our ongoing series of articles, we continue to talk about the evolution of Turkish rap. Within the Eighties, racist Germans and Neo-Nazi gangs began attacking the Turks. Except then, the oppressed and excluded at each possibility within the social subject Turks, who were denied a dwelling, job, schooling, health, beliefs, labor, rights.İgnored, additionally faced bodily violence.

Young people who came to Germany at a young age or were born in Germany were very disturbed by these attacks. These young people, who reached maturity in the 80s, attended German colleges, had German neighbors, spoke German, played in the streets, and were concerned about social existence, were people who saw all the different types of violence in the most violent process.

 

Turkish hostility and assimilation process of the Nazis

Most Turkish youths wanted to defend their homes, friends, and themselves by fighting against the Neo-Nazi gangs and against the Nazis on the streets. Much Turkish youth died in these fights.

Now the competence to belong to any part of German society has led Turkish youth in a bad direction, while young people from all over Germany have begun to satisfy the fashionable melody culture of the era of Hip-Hop. He recognized American teams at the Berlin Wall, American children at faculties, and rap music from Turkish youth.

Turkish youth have started writing and singing rap, a place where they can report their problems and make their voices heard without violence. English, German and Turkish rappers wrote words in German and English for many years, the first known Turkish words were heard in 1986 in the melody of “Kingsize Terror” from Alper Ağa, in the band. Within the identical yr, the Islamic force crew situated by way of Boe-B began to make Turkish oral rap music. These trendy songs, which in most cases talked about problems, racism, and discrimination, had been spreading quickly among the many Turks.

Turks met Hip-Hop

Until 1995, many Turkish youths in Germany were able to introduce Turkish rap music to Europe. They talked about their problems, wants, and expectations. Rap music had brought many of them back from a bad life and illegal business. They also become roads for those who come after them.

Alper Ağa, Boe-b, Killa Hakan, Kabus Kerim, Fuat, Erci-e… and many other names put forward a will to develop Turkish Rap that day. Most of the top-notch musicians who rap in Germany today are still Turkish. In 1995, Karakan knows that Cinai Şebeke and Erci-e Cartel group were the first. did.

“Game Changed”  Turkish rap

Turkish rap artists no longer want to be losers on Google for the glamor and money and fame they earn, they want to reach the top with commercial moves. He sees what is the most expensive and luxurious, he deserves everything, and sees everything permissible on the way to the goal.

Even Killa Hakan‘s old school gangsterism gives him a social respect within the hip-hop community. Their fight with Fuat Ergin continues at the end of 30 years.

They suffered the pain and the hardship gained respect and mastery. They sacrificed everything material and spiritual for Turkish Rap, but they never swam in money. They have suffered the ordeal for 30 years, but the so-called rap singers who are teenagers are swimming in money. What an unfair end, don’t you think?