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Nazan Öncel

 

Nazan Öncel

Nazan Öncel
Born (1956-02-06) February 6, 1956
Origin İzmir, Turkey
Genres Pop, Pop rock
Occupation(s) Singer, Song-writer
Years active 1975 - present
Labels Seyhan, Hitt, Raks
Website nazanoncel.net

Nazan Öncel (Turkish pronunciation: ) (born February 6, 1956) is one of Turkey's most successful and famous pop music and pop rock singers/songwriters. She writes her own songs, does the arrangements for most of them and has also written songs for many famous singers such as Tarkan and İbrahim Tatlıses. She's mostly known for her unique writing style, a combination of grammatically perfect "high-class" Turkish and slang.

Contents

  • Biography and career 1
  • Discography 2
    • Singles 2.1
    • Albums 2.2
  • Sources 3
  • Notes 4
  • External links 5

Biography and career

Nazan Öncel was born on 6 February 1956 in Annem" ("My Mother").

In 1978, her song "Sana Kul Köle Olmuştum" ("I've Become Your Slave"), written by Erdener Koyutürk and Özdener Koyutürk, was aired on radio and television, and Nazan's interesting voice attracted attention. Her first album (LP), "Yağmur Duası"("Prayer for the Rain") was published in 1982. The first album, where all of the songs were written by Öncel herself, was published in 1992, by the title "Bir Hadise Var" ("There is an Issue"). In 1994 she published her second album "Ben Böyle Aşk Görmedim" (I Didn't See Love like This) and album included a 1994 hit with its video,[1] "Geceler Kara Tren" ("The Nights are Dark Train"). Songs lyrics written by Nazan Öncel and with "Geceler Kara Tren"s lyrics, she reached high-class lyric writer rank. In 1995 she published an unplugged album, "Göç" ("The Migration") under her own publishing company Naz Müzik. Until recently, this album has been out of print and received a cult following in Turkey. It has been considered by many to be one of the best albums in Turkish music history. Her 1996 album "Sokak Kızı" ("Stray Girl") included a more rock-oriented sound than its predecessor. Album included four singles and three of this singles; "Erkekler de Yanar" (The Men Are on the Hook, too),[2] "A Bu Hayat" (This Life) [3] and "Bırak Seveyim Rahat Edeyim" (Let Me Love You Disembarrass Me) [4] became hits with their videos. In 1999, she released "Demir Leblebi" ("The Iron Chickpea"), which caused controversy because of the lyrics of the song with the same name, which talks about her memories of child molestation by her father. Her latest album, "Yan Yana Fotoğraf Çektirelim" ("Let's Have Our Photo Taken Side By Side") came out in 2004 under HITT Productions, pop-star Tarkan's own publishing company. The album includes two duets "Hay Hay" and "Nereye Böyle" with him.

Nazan Öncel has finished working on her 7th studio album. It features 12 new songs and is titled 7'n Bitirdin. The mastering process of the album has been seen through by

  • Nazan Öncel Official Site

External links

  1. ^ "Geceler Kara Tren" music video on YouTube
  2. ^ "Erkekler de Yanar" music video on YouTube
  3. ^ "A Bu Hayat" music video on YouTube
  4. ^ "Bırak Seveyim Rahat Edeyim" music video on YouTube
  5. ^ Son albüm Londra'dan (The latest album from London) - 20 July 2006, Hürriyet Newspaper
  6. ^ Turkish Top 20 Chart Retrieved on January 26, 2009
  7. ^ Russia Singles Chart - Hay Hay Retrieved on January 29, 2009
  8. ^ Russia Singles Chart - Hokka Retrieved on January 29, 2009
  9. ^ Russia Singles Chart - Atıyorsun Retrieved on January 29, 2009

Notes

  • Nazan Öncel Biography, Official Site

Sources

  • 1978, "Nazan Öncel"
  • 1980, "Yağmur Duası" (Prayer For Rain)
  • 1992, "Bir Hadise Var" (There's Something Going On)
  • 1994, "Ben Böyle Aşk Görmedim" (I Haven't Seen a Love Quite Like This)
  • 1995, "Göç" (Exodus)
  • 1996, "Sokak Kızı" (Street Girl)
  • 1999, "Demir Leblebi" (Steel Nut)
  • 2004, "Yan Yana Fotoğraf Çektirelim" (Let's Have Our Picture Taken Side by Side)
  • 2005, "Bir Şarkı Tut" (Pick a Song)
  • 2006, "7'n Bitirdin" (You Ate Me Up)
  • 2008, "Hatırına Sustum" (I Kept Silent For Your Sake)
  • 2011, "Hayvan" (Tier)

Albums

Album Single Peak position
Turkey[6] Russia[7][8][9]
Ben Böyle Aşk Görmedim Ben Böyle Aşk Görmedim - -
Geceler Kara Tren - -
Göç Gidelim Buralardan - -
Sokak Kızı Erkekler de Yanar - -
A Bu Hayat - -
Bırak Seveyim Rahat Edeyim - -
Yan Yana Fotoğraf Çektirelim Hay Hay - 198
Hokka - 283
Nereye Böyle - -
Hayat Güzelmiş - -
Atıyorsun - 346
7'n Bitirdin Aşkım Baksana Bana 1 -
Omzumda Ağla 3 -
Ekilmekteyim 10 -
7'n Bitirdin - -
Hatırına Sustum Seni Bugün Görmem Lazım 38 -

Singles

Discography

. 27. Aralık.2008'de Hatırına Sustum albümünden Seni Bugün Görmem Lazım gibi muhteşem bir hit çıkardıktan sonra. Amerikada Karaciğer nakli yararına çıkartılan ROCK4LIFE serisinde Hatırına Sustum şarkısına yer verilmiştir. 2010 a gelindiğinde ilk defa Tuttum Bırakmam'ı single olarak çıkarmış, bu single'ın klibinde İskender Paydaş, Janti ve Tolga Kılıç'a baş rol vermiştir. 6.Haziran.2011'de Hayvan albümünü çıkarmıştır. "Aşkım Baksana Bana" The first single of the album was [5]

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