|Born||27 October 1977|
Baku, Azerbaijani SSR, USSR
|Genres||Hip hop, acoustic, soul|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, songwriter, actor, film director and producer|
|Associated acts||Dayirman, Emin Efendi, Aygün Kazımova|
Miri Yusif (born 27 October 1977 in Baku, Azerbaijani SSR, USSR), is an Azerbaijani rapper, singer-songwriter. Miri Yusif first emerged as a hip hop artist, part of Dayirman, which released their critically acclaimed debut album Qurd in 2001.
In 2010s, despite the commercial dominance of hip-hop during this period, he found success with his reggae and soul fusion album "Karma", peaked at number 1 in the Azerbaijani Albums Chart in 2010.
In 2014 Miri Yusif played one of the main roles in the film "Half of the World" (Yarım Dünya). The film gained a lot of popularity in Azerbaijan.
- “Avara” (2006)
- “Karma” (2010)
- “Karvan” (2011)
- “Nirvana” (2012)
- “Ağ Qarğa” (2013)