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Only one year after his proper debut album, Alter Ego, German-Iranian rapper Fard released the follow-up, Invictus (Latin for "Undefeated"). With fewer battle raps and guest appearances than before, the album puts its focus on Fard's storytelling, discussing his problematic past ("Seine Geschichte") and offering social criticism ("Kinder des Zorns," "Wir Sind Hier"). The 16-track album debuted at number 11 in the German album charts. The Premium Edition adds two bonus tracks, including "NRW," which features Farid Bang and Summer Cem.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 16 de junio de 1984 en Isfahan, Iran

Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '10s

Renowned for tackling issues such as poverty, xenophobia, and cultural differences, rapper Fard (originally from Iran) is one of many figures on the German hip-hop scene inspired by an immigrant background. Growing up in the North-Rhine Westphalia city of Gladbeck, he began developing his MC skills at age ten and, after competing in various rap battles as a teenager, released his first mixtape, Blut, Schweiss, Tränen & Triumph, in 2006. Following 2008's Omerta and 2009's collaborative effort...
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