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Silla's Wiederbelebt, which is available as a stand-alone album or as part of his Monsterbox set (which also contains the albums Übertalentiert, Massenhysterie, and City of God along with a DVD), is a compilation album that mostly consists of older, previously unreleased tracks by the German rapper, along with a number of songs from other sources (such as "Die Stadt Überhaupt," which was a 2011 single by K.D. Supier). Wiederbelebt features production by Beatzarre, Djorkaeff, and K.D. Supier, and sports numerous guest appearances by musicians such as MoTrip (on seven tracks!), JokA (on four tracks), Pino, Nazar, Styles P and Sheek Louch (from U.S. rap group D-Block), Megaloh, Said, Sera Finale, and Navigator. The album entered the German charts at number ten.


Born: 05 May 1984 in Berlin, Germany

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

German rapper Silla (who used the name Godsilla until 2010) was born Matthias Schulze on May 5, 1984. While still in high school, he met King Orgasmus One, who later went on to found the label I Luv Money Records, and made his first guest appearance on 2003's Rap Braucht Kein Abitur, the debut album of I Luv Money's co-founder Bass Sultan Hengzt. In 2004, Silla released his debut album, Übertalentiert, followed by a collaboration album with King Orgasmus One titled Schmutzige Euros. After he guested...
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