Sinan Akçıl

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Sinan Akçıl
Born (1981-05-10) May 10, 1981 (age 36)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Genres Pop, electronic, R&B
Occupation(s) Composer, singer-songwriter, record producer
Instruments Keyboards, vocals
Labels Poll Production
Associated acts İzel, Hadise, Bengü, Mustafa Sandal, Aygün Kazımova, Gülben Ergen, Ebru Gündeş, Candan Erçetin, Shahzoda

Sinan Akçıl (born 20 May 1981) is a Turkish composer, singer-songwriter and record producer; famous for his work with Turkish pop singer İzel and Hadise's Eurovision 2009 song for Turkey, called Düm Tek Tek.

Career[edit]

Sinan Akçıl was born in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on 20 May 1981. He is the son of musician Saim Akçıl. His career started with Emel Müftüoğlu's eighth studio album, called Arabesk. After this album, he started working continuously with Yaşar, he also contributed to the albums of such notable artists like Zeynep Casalini.

He became famous when he met İzel and having a musical and personal relationship with her. He also has recently worked with singers such as Ferhat Göçer, Gülben Ergen, Ziynet Sali, Hande Yener, Teodora.

His Eurovision song Düm Tek Tek took place in 4th place in Eurovision 2009.[1]


Albums[edit]

Year Title/Artist/Song Task
2004 Nihayet / Zeynep Casalini
(Duvar)
Arrangement
2005 Bir Dilek Tut Benim İçin / İzel
(Bir Dilek Tut Benim İçin)
Arrangement
2006 Dokunma Bana / Zeynep Casalini
(Dokunma Bana)
Arrangement
2007 Devamı Var / Mustafa Sandal
(İndir)
Songwriter
2007 Işıklı Yol / İzel
(Gurur)
Songwriter
2007 Enbe Orkestrası / Aslı Güngör
(Kalp Kalbe Karşı)
Arrangement
2008 Çok Sevdim İkimizi / Ferhat Göçer
(Biri Bana Gelsin)
Songwriter
2008 Aşk Hiç Bitmez / Gülben Ergen
(Bay Doğru)
Songwriter
2008 Herkes Evine / Ziynet Sali
(Herkes Evine)
Songwriter
2009 Dönüm Noktam / Cenk Eren
(Kendime Kaldım)
Songwriter
2009 Kahraman / Hadise
(Evlenmeliyiz)
Songwriter
2009 Hayal / Nilüfer
(Bir Bilseydin)
Songwriter

Singles[edit]

Year Title/Artist Task
2009 Düm Tek Tek / Hadise Music

References[edit]

  1. ^ Barclay, Simon. Eurovision Song Contest - The Complete & Independent Guide 2010. Simon Barclay. p. 144. ISBN 978-1-4457-8415-1. Retrieved 17 December 2010. 

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