Aygün Kazımova

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Aygün Kazimova
Birth nameAygün Alasgar qizi Kazimova
Born (1971-01-26) January 26, 1971 (age 47)
Baku, Azerbaijan
Occupation(s)
Years active1988-present
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • vocals
LabelsDokuz Sekiz Müzik, DMC, The Orchard, Baki - Raks, Aygun Music, Səbuhi AMD
Associated acts
Websiteaygunfans.ws

Aygün Alasgar qizi Kazimova (Azerbaijani: Aygün Kazımova) (born 26 January 1971 in Baku) is an Azerbaijani singer, songwriter, pop musician, and actress.

She is a well known singer in Azerbaijan, Turkey and Russia. Her 2006 and 2007 solo concerts in Moscow and Baku brought her fame. During 2002 - 2006 she was president of the "Best Model of Azerbaijan" competition. Her "Hayat Ona Guzel" single was the most popular in Turkey on iTunes. Kazimova wrote and sang the anthem of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2012. Her duet with Snoop Dogg "Coffee from Colombia" was a number one hit on the Azerbaijani, Turkish, Georgian and Russian charts. Kazimova has recorded ten albums. Before her pop career she actually fought against Armenian occupation in the front line of Nagorno Karabakh.[citation needed]

Early life[edit]

Aygün was the youngest of the family's four children. She revealed her musical talent at the time she was a middle school student. Along with amateur music, Kazimova was passionate about handball and was the captain of the school's female handball team. She abandoned sports upon graduating from high school and entering the Maarif Technicum of Arts, before dropping out in 1986. At the time she worked with the Gaya youth band.[5]

Career[edit]

Kazimova's professional solo career began in 1988, when she won the first prize at the Baki payizi-88 (Baku Autumn-88) music contest. In 1989 she won an award in the Yurmala music contest, and then in 1992 she won an award in "The Voice of Asia" music contest, in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Kazimova released her first album in 1997. The CD Sevgi Gulleri (Flowers of love) contained 14 tracks with most of them written by pop composer Vagif Gerayzade. She has released ten albums, with the most successful in sales being the CD Aygun which was released in October 2000 and contained multimedia files with videos and pictures. In 2002, she became 'Honorary Artist of Azerbaijan'.

Some of her awards include numerous Grand-Prix, Honoured Artist of Azerbaijan and other music awards. Along with singing, she is also deeply involved in charity work, giving free and benefit concerts for orphan children every year.

Kazimova is also an actress. In 2005, she played the title role in the musical Khari Bulbullar directed by Arif Gaziyev,the role of Sanam in the screen version of the play Meshadi Ibad. She has also hosted several television shows.

She has given concerts outside Azerbaijan, the most successful being held in Kremlin Palace, Moscow on January 26, 2006. On June 20, 2007 Aygun gave a solo concert at the T. Bakhramov stadium dedicated to the 20th anniversary of her pop music career in Azerbaijan.

She was president of the annual Best Model of Azerbaijan contest in 2006–2008.

In 2013, Kazimova collaborated with Snoop Dogg for the song 'Coffee From Columbia'. It was released by Dokuz Sekiz Müzik and included remixes by My Digital Enemy and Bimbo Jones.

Aygün Kazimova is considered the most successful female singer in the Azerbaijani music industry and has released the largest number of best-selling singles in the history of Azerbaijan. She is also known for innovative music videos and carefully prepared stage performances.

It was reported that on 1 November 2012, Kazimova was issued an Azerbaijani diplomatic passport.[6]

Private life[edit]

Aygun Kazimova married her long-time boyfriend Ibrahim Ibrahimov and in 1990 gave birth to daughter Ilgara. Ibrahimov and Kazimova divorced in 1991. In 1994 she married Rza Guliyev (nephew of Azerbaijan's ex-Speaker of the Parliament and current opposition member Rasul Guliyev), from whom she has been forcibly separated since Guliyev was taken into custody in 1996.[5][7] In 2005–2010, she was in a relationship with meykhana-singer Namig Garachukhurlu.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  1. Hayat Ona Güzel
  2. İkinci Sen (feat. Sinan Akçıl )
  3. İkinci Sen (Batu Çaldıran Remix) (feat. Sinan Akçıl )
  4. Telafisi Yok
  5. Sene Xesteyem – 2014
  6. Unutmuşam (feat. Elçin Ceferov)
  7. Aklım Başıma Geldi
  8. Arama Beni
  9. Dola Mənə Qolunu
  10. Seni Böyle Sevmediler
  11. S.U.S. (2017)

EPs (singles)[edit]

Year Name
2014 Ferdi Music - EP

Television career[edit]

Clips[edit]

  1. Coffee from Colombia (feat. Snoop Dogg )
  2. Hayat Ona Güzel
  3. İkinci Sen (feat. Sinan Akçıl )
  4. İkinci Sen (Batu Çaldıran Remix) (feat. Sinan Akçıl )
  5. Düşün Məni
  6. Tənha Qadın
  7. Yenə Tək
  8. Səndən Başqa
  9. Depresyondayım
  10. Sevdim
  11. Mən Aygünəm (Mənə Elə Baxma)
  12. Я и ты
  13. Bağlanıram (feat. Namiq Qaraçuxurlu )
  14. Sevirəm (feat. Namiq Qaraçuxurlu )
  15. Güləş (feat. Alim Qasımov] )
  16. Xatirələr (feat. İlgar Muradov )
  17. Petrol (feat. Miri Yusif )
  18. Sigara (Aşiqəm Sənə)
  19. Şəklimi Çək
  20. Son Söz
  21. Səssiz Sinema
  22. İndi Sənsiz
  23. Son Gecə (feat. Cavanşir Quliyev )
  24. Son Gecə
  25. Bu Sevgi
  26. Sənsizliyim (Qoy İşığı Söndürüm)
  27. Sənsiz Bir Günüm Olmasın
  28. Gözləyirəm
  29. Bizim Qızlar
  30. Uzaqlıq
  31. Tez Gəl
  32. Sevgilim Süz
  33. Futbol (Qol) [FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Azerbaijan 2012 anthem)]
  34. Uuyma
  35. Sevgi Nəğməsi
  36. Vokaliz
  37. Öpsən
  38. Sevən Qəlbim
  39. Gecələr Keçir
  40. Matros
  41. Azərbaycan
  42. Azərbaycan Bayrağı
  43. Məhəbbət Üçbucağı
  44. Gülər
  45. Bir Söz Yetər
  46. Vətən Anadır
  47. Telafisi Yok
  48. İtgin Gəlin
  49. İstərəm
  50. Bulamadım
  51. Əllərini Uzat Gülüm
  52. Təkcə Səni
  53. Azərbaycan (Elton Hüseynəliyev, İlgar Muradov, Qismət Məmmədzadə )
  54. Şəhidlər (Amandır)
  55. Hər şey düzələr (feat. Rəhim Rəhimli)
  56. S.U.S.

Films[edit]

  • Yarımştat (1996)
  • Yaşıl eynəkli adam 2 (1999)
  • Nekroloq (2001)
  • Qış nağılı (2002)
  • Tam Məxfi (2004)
  • Məşədi İbad 94 (200
  • Adam Ol! 2 (2006) - role: Aygün

Awards[edit]

Aygün Kazımova awards and nominations
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Big Apple Music Awards 1
Daf Bama Music Awards 1 3
Kral TV Awards 2
Totals
Awards won1
Nominations6

Big Apple Music Awards[edit]

The "Big Apple Music Awards", is an annual American awards show.[8][9]

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref
2015 Aygün Kazımova Best Azerbaijani Female Artist Nominated
[10]

Daf Bama Music Awards[edit]

The "Daf Bama Music Awards ", is an annual German awards show.[11]

Year Nominated work Award Result Ref
2015 Aygün Kazımova Best Azerbaijani Female Artist Nominated
[11]
2016 Best Azerbaijani Female Artist Won
[12]
2017 BAMA People's Choice Award Nominated
[13]

Kral TV Awards[edit]

Year Award Nominated work Result Reference
2012 Song Of The Year Hayat Ona Güzel Nominated [14]
Best female artist Nominated [15]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aygün Kazımova - Azerilady.com". azerilady.com. Retrieved 8 October 2017.
  2. ^ "Aygünlə Rəsul Quliyevin qardaşı oğlunun tanışlığının ŞOK tarixcəsi-EKSKLÜZİV". Avropa.info. Retrieved 8 October 2017.
  3. ^ "Ben Mert'i, Bülent Ersoy'a yedirtmem". hurriyet.com.tr. Retrieved 8 October 2017.
  4. ^ "Aygün Kazımova ilə Namiq Qaraçuxurlu ayrıldı". www.anspress.com. Archived from the original on 2017-10-08. Retrieved 8 October 2017.
  5. ^ a b Aygun Kazimova: Biography. Kazimova's Official Fan Club Aygunfans.ws
  6. ^ Айгюн Кязымова пользуется дипломатическим паспортом Archived 2013-08-23 at the Wayback Machine.. Vesti.az. 21 August 2013.
  7. ^ Dedim ki, Izim Qala Archived July 12, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.. Aysel Magazine. January 2006
  8. ^ http://ideologiya.az/2015/01/aygun-kazimova-big-apple-music-awards-2015-musabiqəsində/
  9. ^ "bama2018". bama2018. Retrieved 29 June 2018.
  10. ^ http://www.anspress.com/medeniyyet/22-03-2015/aygun-kazimova-big-apple-music-awardsa-layiq-goruldu-foto
  11. ^ a b http://www.anspress.com/medeniyyet/29-02-2016/aygun-kazimova-meshur-mukafata-namizeddir
  12. ^ "Aygün Kazımova "DAF BAMA Music Awards - 2016"-da – FOTO". oxu.az. 15 August 2016. Retrieved 29 June 2018.
  13. ^ http://www.1news.az/az/siyaset/20170327104923080.html?fullversion=1&lang=az
  14. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-04-17. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
  15. ^ "KRAL TV ´TÜRKİYE MÜZİK ÖDÜLLERİ´ ADAY ADAYLARI AÇIKLANDI". www.sinemamuzik.com. Retrieved 29 June 2018.

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