Cyprus-based Turkish rapper
FALLAF is noted to have started music at the age of nine. He released his first album, ‘Abrakadabra’, in 2010, successfully announcing his formal arrival on the Turkish music scene. A second album, ‘Albüm Lan Bu’, followed afterward to considerable commercial success, and then ‘Ölüme Dair Bir Terzilik işi’, to wide reception.
In his songs, FALLAF relates with topics on death and the after-life. Those have always been his interests and he reads on such topics from where his deep-seated questions arise. His fourth album, ‘Para’, which was released digitally was quite an exception. It treated his personal problems, most of which were financial, and in a most humorous manner.
After breaking away from music for a two-year span, FALLAF returned in 2017 with a new album, ‘Salt’, that became a commercial success.