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Cem Adrian (b. 1980) is a Turkish singer and dancer.

Born in Edirne on 30th November 1980, Adrian was the second child in a family of Yugoslavian origin. He is known for his ability to sing from bass to soprano, as his vocal cords are three times the length of an average person’s. He started his musical studies while at secondary school, and also released his first recordings. He started his career on radio at the age of eighteen, and continued for about six years. At the same time he studied theatre and photography, and recorded about 250 of his own songs at the studios of the radio where he used to work.

In 2003 he performed as a singer and dancer with the traditional music ensemble Mystica in Istanbul. In Autumn 2004 he started his education as a “special student” at the Bilkent University Faculty of Music and Performing Arts, at the invitation of Fazil Say. In February 2005 he released his first album, Ben Bu Sarkiyi Sana Yazdim(Means: i wrote this song for u).

Edited by Erkan-Yilmaz on 23 Feb 2011, 07:36

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