Burak Kut

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Burak Kut
Born (1973-08-27) 27 August 1973 (age 41)
Origin Istanbul, Turkey
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Years active 1994–Present
Labels Peker Müzik, BBK, Mert Müzik, Universal Records, Dogan Music Company (DMC)

Burak Kut (born 27 August 1973 in Istanbul, Turkey) is a Turkish pop singer.

Biography[edit]

As a child, Burak attended Müziğe Çapa and played in the orchestra for many years. He continued playing in an orchestra until he entered high school at İstanbul Anadolu Güzel Sanatlar Lisesi, where he began to play flute and piano. Burak then attended Kabataş Erkek Lisesi, coming third to Kenan Doğulu in a school competition the first year, he won the competition three years running.

He released his first album Benimle Oynama/Çılgınım with Peker Music. His rise to fame rocketed, performing over 300 concerts soon after the album was released. He also won the European MTV "Local Hero Award" around this time. Burak did most of the work on his second album Nereden Geldim, Nerelere Gideceğim. His song Yaşandı Bitti gained airplay in New York, and his popularity now stretched out to the United States.

While working on an album, Burak did a duet with Sarah Brightman accompanied by an orchestra ensemble of 100 musicians. He also sang duets with Greek singer Sakis Rouvas in Cyprus at the Border Line (Yeşil Hat) to help the two nations come together. He self-produced his third album Küçük Prens. He also later signed on to Universal Records and they helped him release a fourth self-titled album in 2000. After seven years, he released "Komple", a cover of Daddy Yankee's Rompe with lyrics written by Sezen Aksu. Burak Kut is releasing his new album called "İlaç" on 11 December 2009, album with 12 songs.

Albums[edit]

  • Benimle Oynama - Cilginim 1994
  • Nereden Geldim Nerelere Gidecegim 1995
  • Küçük Prens 1997
  • Derdim Var(David Morales Mix Max Single) 1997
  • Burak Kut 2000
  • Komple 2007
  • İlaç 2009
  • Sevginin Her Hali (Max Single) 2013

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