|Genres||Hip Hop, Political Rap|
|Years active||1996 – 2012|
|Past members||Miri Yusif|
Dayirman (Azerbaijani: Dəyirman) was the first Azerbaijani hip hop group, based in Baku and was founded in 1996 by four friends. The word Dayirman means windmill in Azerbaijani language. The group was very popular in Azerbaijan for their nationalist lyrics, fusing hip-hop with elements of traditional Meykhana poetry.
- "Az@rimeyk" (2000)
- "Qurd" (2001)
- "Gözümüz sözdür" (2003)
- "Corc Buş haralıdır?" (2004)
- "Atmosfer" (2006)
- "Bərk sürən" (2008)
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- Vincenc Kopeček (2008). World Politics in Dub and Hip-Hop Music: Comparative study of Bosnian Dubioza Kolektiv and Azerbaijani Dayirman.
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- "Creative staff of rap song "Justice to Khojaly" created in Azerbaijan signs appeal to U.S, European and OIC parliamentarians". Trend. 18 January 2010. Retrieved 25 May 2011.
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