DescriptionPlace To Be EP: As we waved good bye to 90s Hip Hop, Soul and R&B, Tamer Akgul drove back and brought them back to the present day with his own deep and funky twist. Vocals and Sounds that will shower the listeners in a comfortable yet new feelings. The tracks within this EP allows the listeners make their current location a place to be.
High: What happens when the two genres of R&B and Deep House get dropped in the same pool? Tamer Akgul has answered that question in the track 'High' from his new EP. With vocals that brings a unique calmness to your mind while a deep groove in the background gives a boost to your heart beat. The most legal way to get high today will be by allowing the sound waves of this track travel through your ear and enrich your mind.
Keep it Coming: This California sunset dreaming track by Tamer Akgul 'Keep it Coming' will make the listener close their eyes and travel through the scenery imagined by the artist. Melodic yet simplistic, Hypnotic yet mind expanding, the listener does not want want the ride to end and keep going.
Place To Be: Hip Hop always provided the listeners with enough groove to have the listeners dancing, until Tamer Akgul came in and decided to change a few things from the EP titled track 'Place to Be'. Filled with adrenaline and grime, it adds an extreme amount of energy to a funky and fun Hip Hop attitude that the vocals have. A must listen for any music lover.
Step 2: If 90's soul and R&B would be re-incarnated they would appear in the 'Step 2' release on Tamer Akgul's 'Place to Be' EP. The melodies create a sense of comfort and familiarity like a nightfall over a city. it steps away from the synthetic and common sounds and re connects the listener to the soul of the track.
You Again: Deep, groovy and laid back, Tamer Akgul once again reminds us to relax in his track 'You Again' from the Place to Be EP. Like a drive through the city at night, its full of glowing energy while the streets are populated with minimalistic groove. close your eyes and escape reality once more through the work of Tamer Akgul.