Murad Arif

musical artist

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Murad Arif
Murad Arif 2019.jpg
Background information
Birth nameMurad Şükür
Born (1981-09-27) September 27, 1981 (age 40)
Sumgait, Azerbaijan SSR
Genres
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, producer, showman
Years active2002-present

Murad Arif oglu Shukur (Azerbaijani: Murad Arif oğlu Şükür) (born 27 September 1981) is an Azerbaijani singer, composer, record producer, showman and journalist. The Azerbaijanian press has described him as "Hitmaker".[1][2][3] He is the author and presenter of YouTube project "Popumuz Var!".[4] He was chosen as a coach in the international project "The Voice".[5][6][7]

Biography

Murad was born on 27 September 1981 in Sumgait. His father was originally comes from Fuzuli, while his mother is from Shusha. He has two sisters. He is the brother of TV presenter Konul Arifgizi. Murad was educated in Sumgait, he has studied at schools No.15, No.28 and "Istedad" lyceum. He is a graduate of the International Economic Relations faculty. In 2012 his son was born, and he has a daughter born in 2015.[8]

Television career

In 2002, Murad worked for Radio Space 104 FM. Later, he worked in Lider Jazz FM, Public radio & Day.AZ radio as DJ. His first television show was broadcast on ITV, in 2006 with Husniyya Maharramova, named "Qaraj". In 2007, Murad was the winner of the project of Murad Dadashov – "Mashin show" and won the car. He was also the presenter of "Yeni Sahar", "Solo" in Lider TV and "Gun kechir" in ATV. In 2010 he was commentator of the opening ceremony of World Football Championship. Also, he was commentator of the international music competition "5 Звезд". In 2014, as a jury member of "Böyük səhnə", he initiated Dilara Kazimova's victory in the national selection for Eurovision 2014. He has presented his own YouTube show "Popumuz Var!".

Music career

For a long time, Murad was the record producer of Ayaz Qasimov, Khayyam Nisanov, Yashar Calilov and Elton Huseynaliyev. He presented "Almalarinla" in 2008 with Ayaz Qasimov. In 2009, his song "Sevdiyini söylə" won the competition "Bakı Gecələri" which was held and organised by Ministry of Culture. The song was performed by Intizar and Natavan Habibi. In 2011, singer Natavan Habibi, sings the song "Təyyarələr" which was composed and written by Murad Arif in the «Turkcevizyon Muzik Festivali 2011» the festival of the Turkish speaking countries, competition which was held in Denizli, Turkey.[9]

In 2018 Murad performed a solo concert in the Centre of Heydar Aliyev. In 2019, he held another concert in the same location. In 2019, 5 September, Murad Arif had concert "Tufan" in the biggest club of the country "Electra Hall".[10] In 2020, Murad is being selected as the coach of the international project "The Voice Kids".

Discography

Songs

Date Singer Song
2008 Ayaz Gasimov Almalarınla
2008 Khayyam Nisanov İstanbul
2008 Elnara Khalilova Ay qız oyan
2009 Natavan Habibi & Intizar Sevdiyini söylə
2009 Aygun Kazimova Şou No. 1
2009 Khayyam Nisanov İstidir
2009 Ayaz Gasimov Şokolad
2009 Aygun Rahimova Məni dəli kimi sevən adam
2009 Faig Aghayev Bal kimi
2010 Tunzala Aghayeva & Khayyam Nisanov Ürəyimsən
2010 Khayyam Nisanov Boom
2010 Natavan Habibi Təyyarələr
2011 Natavan Habibi Stop
2011 Zamig Huseynov O mənə inanır
2011 Nadir Qafarzade Rakkada-çıkkada
2012 Natavan Habibi Damlalar
2012 Rashad Ilyasov Adrenalin
2012 Roza Zargarli Atəş
2012 Khayyam Nisanov Bakı-Moskva
2012 Nil Karaibrahimgil Ay kız uyan
2012 Faig Aghayev Riyaziyyat
2012 Ziynet Sali Istanbul
2013 Natavan Habibi Sən məni başa düşmürsən niyə
2013 Fagan Safarov Xəstə
2013 Ayaz Gasimov Mən səni öldürdüm
2014 Zamig Huseynov Yeganə
2014 Nura Suri Brilliantlar
2014 Ilhama Gasimova Seni seviyorum
2014 Röya Ona nə varki
2014 Murad Arif Həyat yoldaşımsan
2014 Zulfiyya Khanbabayeva & Abbas Baghirov Xoşbəxt olun
2015 Röya & Khayyam Nisanov Sənə ehtiyacım var
2015 Roza Zargarli Şirin çay
2016 Fuad Dadashov Şəkillər
2016 Enbe Orkestrasi, Ziynet Sali, Khayyam Nisanov İstanbul
2016 Abbas Baghirov Safiyə
2016 Murad Arif Sevgililər
2016 Murad Arif Dondurma
2016 Manana & Murad Arif Yaşasın Sevənlər
2017 Aygun Mammadli İkimiz
2017 Natavan Habibi Sənə
2017 Murad Arif Saçların
2017 Murad Arif Partlat!
2018 Murad Arif & Dilara Kazimova Yalnız səni gözlədim
2018 Murad Arif Qızım
2018 Murad Arif & Ramil Nabran Oppalara
2019 Murad Arif & Gunel Zeynalova Tufan
2020 Murad Arif Oğlum

Singles

  • Həyat yoldaşımsan (2014)
  • İnşallah (2014)
  • Tavla (2016)
  • Sevgililər (2016)
  • Dondurma (2016)
  • Sevdiyini söylə (2016)
  • Ürəyimsən (2016)
  • Yaşasın Sevənlər (2016)
  • Fərqliyəm (2016)
  • Saçların (2017)
  • Bu şəhər ikimizə dar (2017)
  • Partlat! (2017)
  • Yalnız səni gözlədim (2018)
  • Qızım (2018)
  • Oppalara (2018)
  • Tufan (2019)
  • Mənə sən lazımsan (2019)
  • Bossa Nova (2019)
  • Oğlum (2020)

Albums

References

  1. ^ "Murad Arif Röya və Xəyyamı bir araya gətirdi - FOTOLAR". azxeber.com. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  2. ^ "Murad Arif belə arıqladı: "Balam üçün bunu etdim..." — FOTO". Olke (in Turkish). Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  3. ^ "Murad Arifdən müğənnilərə XƏBƏRDARLIQ: "Ağlınızdan keçirtməyin..." (FOTO)". BAKU.WS - Azərbaycanın xəbər saytı (in Russian). Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  4. ^ "Murad Arif +18 veriliş açdı - efirdə olmayacaq - VİDEO". www.interpress.az. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  5. ^ ""Səs uşaqlar"ın münsifləri bəlli oldu". Milli.Az (in Azerbaijani). 22 October 2019. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  6. ^ ""Səs uşaqlar"ın münsifləri bəlli oldu". Qafqazinfo (in Azerbaijani). 21 October 2019. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  7. ^ "Murad Arif qızı və oğlu ilə - FOTO - xeberler". www.BiG.Az (in Azerbaijani). Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  8. ^ "Murad Arif ata oldu - Foto". Qafqazinfo (in Azerbaijani). 28 June 2012. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  9. ^ "Natavan Habibi". events.moko.az. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  10. ^ "Murad Arif Azərbaycan könüllülərinə konsert verdi - FOTO". Oxu.Az (in Azerbaijani). 6 December 2019. Retrieved 2 April 2020.

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