Hichkas Anjam Vazife Tour
|Birth name||Soroush Lashkary|
|Also known as||Hichkas|
|Born||May 9, 1985|
|Genres||Rap, Hip Hop, Experimental Music|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, songwriter, record producer, actor|
|Years active||2000–present |
|Labels||Moltafet, 021, Candis, Saamet|
|Associated acts||Mahdyar Aghajani, Reveal, Yas, Kool G Rap, Zedbazi, Pishro, Lowkey, Quf, [Seniuor]], Amirhossein yadegari, Ho3ein|
Soroush Lashkary (Persian: Sorūŝ Laŝkari - سروش لشکری; born May 9, 1985) better known by his stage name Hichkas (Persian: Hiĉkas - هیچکس; meaning "No One") is an Iranian rapper from Tehran. Hichkas is considered as one of pioneers of Iranian hip hop and is nicknamed "Godfather of Persian Rap".
Hichkas is known for membership in a supergroup called 021 (the area code for Tehran). In about 2003, he started his work in Vanak participating in Persian free-styling with people who also cover some English language songs in the Rap battle. Hichkas gained attention when he began rapping in Persian about social problems and the younger generation in Iran. Hichkas is commonly referred to as the Godfather of Iranian rap.
- Anjām Vazife (The Tour of Duty EP) produced by Mahdyar Aghajani (2011)
- Young N Foolish (feat. Kool G Rap, Reveal, Quf) produced by Mahdyar Aghajani (2012)
- "Long Live Palestine, Part II" (Lowkey featuring Hichkas, Reveal (rapper), Dam, Narcy, Eslam Jawaad, Hasan Salaam, and Shadia Mansour) produced by Nutty P (2010)
- 'Gerye Dare' (Release date: 3 January 2017)
- 'Tof' (Release date: 5 October 2015)
- 'Firooz' produced by Mahdyar Aghajani (2015)
- 'Mooye Parishoon' (feat. Roya Arab, Dariush) 2012
- 'Ashegham' (2012)
- 'Man Age To Nabashi' (2012)
- 'Ye Rooze Khoob Miad' (2010)
- 'Nefrat' (Remix) (2010)
- 'Oon Mesle Dadasham Bood' (Release Date: 2 February 2012)
- 'Killing Fields' feat. Roya Arab (Live at Leighton House Museum) (2012)
- 'Ye Mosht Sarbaz (Bunch of Soldiers)' (Release Date: 13 May 2008)
- 'Tiripe Ma' feat. Reveal (2004)
- 'Bazam Kalan' (music by Mahdyar Aghajani)
- 'Paa Bar Jaa feat. Bidad (music by Mahdyar Aghajani)
- 'Chera Azam Badet Miyad'
- 'Har Tor Shodeh Migam' (music by Mahdyar Aghajani)
- 'To 021' feat. Reveal
- 'Manam Hamintor' (music by Mahdyar Aghajani)
- 'Baxe Soroush'
- 'Jibe Baba' feat. Reza Pishro
- 'Komak' feat. Yas (music by Mahdyar Aghajani)
- 'Vase Har Irani' feat. Zedbazi
As featured artist
- 'Boro Jolo' (with Pishro) (Go Forth / Go Ahead / Step Ahead) (2007)
- 'Long Live Palestine, Part II' (Lowkey featuring Hichkas, Reveal (rapper), Dam, Narcy, Eslam Jawaad, Hasan Salaam, and Shadia Mansour) produced by Nutty P (2010)
- 'Chera Badi?' (with Zedbazi) (Why Are You So Mean?) (2012)
- 'Young N Foolish' (feat. Kool G Rap, Reveal, Quf) produced by Mahdyar Aghajani (2012)
- 'Chi Shenidi?' (with Fadaei) (What Have You Heard?) (2012)
- 'Bang (Remix) (with Mahdyar Aghajani) (Release date:1 September 2013)
- 'Trip e Ma' (Our Style) (2004), music video edited by Fred Khoshtinat
- 'Ye Mosht Sarbaz' (A Bunch of Soldiers) (2008), music video directed by Fred Khoshtinat, with guest appearances by Mahdyar Aghajani, Reveal, Reza Pishro, Ali Quf, Atour and Bahram Nouraei. Sections of the video are included in the Cultures of Resistance full-length documentary feature film by Iara Lee.
- 'No One Knows About Persian Cats' (2009) feature film directed by Bahman Ghobadi, which won an Un Certain Regard Special Jury Prize Ex-aequo at the Cannes Film Festival.
- Iranian hip hop
- List of Iranian musicians
- Music of Iran
- Persian pop music
- Rock and alternative music in Iran
- Iran's underground music challenge BBC Radio 1 article
- "IRAN: HISTORIES OF MUSICAL RESISTANCE". Archived from the original on 2008-01-18.
- (in Persian) Nasir Shakouri. Chelcheragh Magazine, September 2006, No. 225, p. 16.
- Hamshahri Newspaper Archived 2011-07-17 at the Wayback Machine..
- Etemaad-e-melli Newspaper
- Edwards, Paul, 2009, How to Rap: The Art & Science of the Hip-Hop MC, Chicago Review Press, p. viii, 88, 324.
- Arnold, Paul W (March 5, 2008). "Kool G Rap: These Are Our Heroes | Rappers Talk Hip Hop Beef & Old School Hip Hop". HipHop DX. Retrieved November 13, 2011.