#OccupyTurkey: my personal soundtrack for Turkish Revolution
Even if I still have to release my "NioSiddharta's Travel" Turkish Rap & Reggae Mixtape, I've been to Turkey in 2010 where I met Fuat Ergin, one of most famous Hip-Hop artists there.
I've already felt in love with Fuat's sound sometimes before when a friend of mine brought from Istanbul his 2005 "Her Ayin Elemani", Ceza's "Med-Cezir",
Sagopa Kajmer's "Şarkı Koleksiyoncusu",
Sultana's "Sohret Yolu",
and Baba Zula & Mad Professor's "Gecekondu", a very dope psuchedelic-dub-reggae-folk group that's been collaborating with the Jamaican Dub Master.
Even if I can't understand Turkish at all, I want to give my personal playlist as a soundtrack to Turkish Revolution and let the whole Global Hip-Hop Community know how dope Turkish music is.
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Me and Fuat, Istanbul (Turkey) - 2010