|Single by Tarkan|
|from the album Tarkan, A-Acayipsin|
|Length||3:15 (Şıkıdım Radio Edit only)|
|Tarkan singles chronology|
"Şıkıdım" (pronounced [ʃɯkɯˈdɯm]; "Shake") is a song by Turkish singer Tarkan. It was originally released on his 1994 album lending its title to the album's name, A-Acayipsin (Hepsi Senin Mi?). It is a Sezen Aksu song, reproduced by Laurent Marimbert and re-mixed by Yves Jaget for the European music market and included in Tarkan's compilation album Tarkan in 1998. It was released as a single after the success of his previous single "Şımarık" in 1999.
This song was later released in English as "Shikidim" on Tarkan's 2006 English-language debut, Come Closer. This song has been covered in Persian by a Girl Group called "Silhouettt" for his debut album "Ab, Atash, Va Khak" and the song named "Paeez". It was also covered by British grime artist Skepta, Russian pop singer Philipp Kirkorov and Ukrainian singer Viktor Pavlik.
The Shikdum lyrics were penned by Sameer. The 'Shikdum' music is lifted from Tarkan's big hit "Sikidim" from his 1999 album A-Acayipsin.
Şıkıdım (Hepsi Senin Mi?), 1999
- Şıkıdım (Hepsi Senin Mi?) (Radio Mix) (3:15)
- Şıkıdım (Hepsi Senin Mi?) (Original Version) (3:51)
|Belgian Singles Chart||6|
|French Singles Chart||10|
|Swiss Singles Chart||22|
|Dutch Singles Chart||32|
|German Singles Chart||35|
|Austrian Singles Chart||40|
|Swedish Singles Chart||47|
- Single and Song Lyrics Information in English
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