Beogradski Sindikat
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Beogradski Sindikat
Beogradski Sindikat
UPHKSBS (Udru?enje poklonika hip hop kulture Srbije - Beogradski sindikat)


D?uka?ki Sindikat

OriginBelgrade, Serbia
GenresHardcore hip hop
Political hip hop
Serbian hip hop
1999 - present
LabelsProhibicija
Automatik Records
Websitebeogradskisindikat.com
MembersBla?o
Ogi
Deda
Darko
?kabo
Dajs
MC Flex
?ef Sale
DJ IRon

Beogradski Sindikat (Serbian Cyrillic , English: Belgrade Syndicate) is a Serbian hip-hop collective from Belgrade, Serbia.[1] It was formed on March 21, 1999, by uniting two underground hip-hop bands: ,,Red Zmaja" (Order of the Dragon) and ,,TUMZ" (Tehnika Upravljanja Mikrofonom i Znanjem)[2] together with solo artists MC Flex (Fe?a) and ?ef Sale. Prota and DJ IRon then joined the group in 2004 and 2006 respectively.

Beogradski Sindikat currently[when?] consists of eleven members. They have released three albums, the first one was highly acclaimed and marked the beginning of the second wave of Serbian hip hop.[] They own their record label, Prohibicija.[3]

After a five-year break, Beogradski Sindikat was back in November 2015 with a new single, "BS Armija". Beogradski Sindikat will be realising new songs in form of "singles" in the future. They will not release anymore songs in form of an "album" for now.[4]

Group members

  • ?obla - MC (b. Bla?o Vujovi?)
  • Ogi - MC (b. Ognjen Jankovi?)
  • Deda - MC, producer (born Marko ?uri?)
  • Dare - MC (b. Darko Marjanovi?)
  • ?kabo - MC, producer (b. Bo?ko ?irkovi?)
  • ?olo ?olo - MC, video director, producer (b. ?or?e Jovanovi?)
  • Dajs - MC (b. Vladimir ?orluka)
  • Fe?a - MC, producer (b. Fe?a Dimovi?)
  • ?ef Sale - MC, producer (b. Aleksandar Karad?inovi?)
  • IRon - DJ (b. Stefan Novovi?)
  • Prota - DJ, producer (b. Aleksandar Proti?)

Discography

Albums

Singles

  • 2002: Govedina
  • 2006: Oni su
  • 2015: BS Armija
  • 2016: Sistem te la?e
  • 2016: Kasno je
  • 2017: Sindikalna pri?a
  • 2018: Pi?am po sirotinji
  • 2018: Dogodine u Prizrenu
  • 2020: Svi?e zora

Solo albums

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Result
2010 Serbian Oscar Of Popularity E-Oscar Nominated[]

References

  1. ^ "Beogradski Sindikat". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ Ve?e sa Ivanom Ivanovi?em, April 6, 2012.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-09-03. Retrieved .CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ "Beogradski sindikat: Ni?ta od penzije, album na prole?e" (in Serbian). 9 November 2015.

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