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Turkish hip hop refers to hip hop music produced by members of the Turkish minority in Germany, and to a lesser degree by hip hop artists in Turkey. The Turkish minority, called the Turks, first drew inspiration from the discrimination and racism they received while living as migrant workers in Germany in the 1960s. Turkish hip hop uses Arabesk music, a folk style that finds its roots in Turkey during the 1960s, and is influenced by the hip hop music of America and Germany. Album artwork, lyrical content, and the Turkish language are used by hip hop artists to express their uniquely Turkish identity.

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Kool Savas

Savaş Yurderi, known by his stage name Kool Savas, is a German rapper and hip hop artist. Along with Taktlo$$, he formed the highly influential German rap duo Westberlin Maskulin (1997–2000). He was also a founding member of the German rap crew Masters of Rap in 1996.

Irfan is an Arabic masculine given name.

Brownside is an American hip-hop group founded in 1993 by Eazy-E. The group originally consisted of various rappers including Fello but he died before being involved with recording. Toker, Wicked, Klever, Trouble and Danger, who was killed in a drive-by shooting in 1996. Originally, Eazy-E had signed Brownside to Ruthless Records to create a Chicano rap version of the rap group N.W.A. Toker was murdered in Rosarito, Baja California in 2018. The current status of Brownside is unknown.

Harun, also transliterated as Haroon or Haroun is a common male given name of Arabic origin, related to the Hebrew name of the Prophet Aaron. Both are most likely of Ancient Egyptian origin, from aha rw, meaning "warrior lion".

Cem Toker

Cem Toker, is a Turkish politician and the former leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Turkey. He was elected in the fourth ordinary party congress on June 20, 2005.

Iraklı Uznadze is a Georgian-Turkish judoka. In 1994-95 he was fighting under name Irfan Toker.

Metin may refer to:

Arzu is a feminine Turkish given name, it may refer to:

Metin Toker was a Turkish journalist and writer.

19th government of Turkey

The 19th government of Turkey was a government in the history of Turkey. It is also called the first Menderes government.

20th government of Turkey

The 20th government of Turkey was a government in the history of Turkey. It is also called the second Menderes government.

Atilla Karosmanoğlu was a Turkish economist and politician.

Akis (“echo”) was a former political periodical in Turkey. It was a 36-page weekly magazine somewhat resembling Time magazine. Its motto was "serious but not boring". There were sections on domestic news, foreign news, economy, culture and sometimes sports. Its target reader was the educated middle class readers. The articles were mainly focussed on the details of the events in a rather humurious tongue.

Arzu Toker German writer

Arzu Toker is a German-speaking writer, journalist, publicist and translator of Turkish descent.

Olgun Toker is a Turkish actor.

Fatma is a 2021 Turkish crime drama streaming television series directed by Özer Feyzioğlu and Özgür Önürme and starring Burcu Biricik, Uğur Yücel, Mehmet Yılmaz Ak, and Hazal Türesan. The show was released on Netflix on 27 April 2021, consisting of one season for a total of 6 episodes. It was set and filmed in Istanbul, Turkey, and tells the story of a cleaning lady who gets involved in a dangerous path involving criminals and outlaws to find her husband.

YouTubers vs. TikTokers 2021 boxing match

YouTubers vs. TikTokers was a white-collar amateur boxing event booked by Social Gloves featuring various YouTubers and TikTokers. The main event was between American YouTuber Austin McBroom and American TikToker Bryce Hall. The undercard had many YouTubers and TikTokers including a bout between AnEsonGib and Tayler Holder. The bouts took place on June 12, 2021 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.