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|Birth name||Vincente de Teba Költerhoff|
|Born||October 18, 1978
|Occupation(s)||MC, DJ, rapper, record producer|
|Labels||Atzen Musik (formerly "Ghetto Musik")|
|Associated acts||Manny Marc, King Orgasmus One, DJ Reckless (german Wikipedia article)|
|Website||Official Youtube channel Die Atzen
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Vincente de Teba Költerhoff (born October 18, 1978), better known as Frauenarzt (German for gynaecologist, literally "The Women's Doctor"), is a German rapper from Berlin-Tempelhof, also known as "DJ Kologe," "MC Digital F,", "Arzt," "Gynniko," or "Günther." Frauenarzt was well known for his sexually explicit, Miami bass style music. Since 2008 he began to produce Ghetto Tech songs, together with Manny Marc as duo Die Atzen.
In 2009, the duo got their breakthrough with the hit single "Das geht ab," following that with "Disco Pogo".
In 2014, he published the albums R.A.P (as DJ Monoton K & MC Digital F - DJ Korx and Frauenarzt) and Tanga Tanga 3, attaching to his two earlier released albums Tanga Tanga (2000) and Tanga Tanga 2003.
The same year, he announced (via Twitter) his new solo album for the year 2015.
Charts and Sales
His song "Das geht ab" with Manny Marc was the 23rd best-selling single in Germany of 2009
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