Gaye Su Akyol's fourth studio album “Anatolian Ejderi” met with the audience. The Financial Times newspaper published an article about the famous singer. When this issue turned into discussion, the newspaper changed the title of the article.
Gaye Su Akyol, who brings together the contrasts of traditional Anatolian music with psychedelia, surf rock and post-punk, recently presented her fourth album Anadolu Ejderi to the audience. The Financial Times, on the other hand, published an article about the famous singer. When the article caused controversy, the newspaper changed the title of the article.
Who is Gaye Su Akyol?
Gaye Su Akyol was born on January 30, 1985 in Istanbul. His father is the painter Muzaffer Akyol. She studied primary and high school in Istanbul, and completed her university education in the anthropology department of Yeditepe University between 2002-2007. Akyol, who has been in music since middle school, made a name for himself with the album "I Live With Camels", which was released in 2014 after being known with the band Seni Seem Impossible.
In 2017, he composed several pieces for Ferzan Özpetek's movie called İstanbul Kırmızısı.
Gaye Su Akyol was selected as the best artist of 2019 in the world music category by Songlines magazine, which publishes world music. She makes a name for herself with her support to the lgbtqi + community. In 2020, she took part in the trans biographical documentary film Iris directed by Volkan Güleryüz.
- I Live With Camels (2014)
- Hologram Empire (2016)
- Stable Imagination is Reality (2018)
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