Tarek Ebéné is the son of a German and a Cameroonian and moved to Valencia with his mother when he was six . In 2000 he came back to Germany and from then on lived with his father in Berlin. In his texts he describes himself as Tarek or Tarek KIZ , often also as the Nubian Prince or Skinhead Black . He is a founding member of the Berlin hip-hop formation KIZ , with whom he has released five studio albums so far , four of which have made it into the German and Austrian and three into the Swiss album charts . In addition, two albums in Germany were awarded the Golden Record . In addition, he worked alone mainly in the context of guest contributions with Blokkmonsta , Kollegah , MC Basstard , MC Bogy , RAF Camora and individual members of the 187 street gang , among others . On October 2, 2019, Ebéné announced on social media that they would be releasing a solo album entitled Golem . He was the first KIZ member to take this step. The album was originally due to be released on December 13, 2019, before the release was postponed to January 31, 2020. The single Kaputt wie ich , which was released from the album on October 4, 2019, entered the German single charts at number 85 on October 11, 2019 . On October 25, 2019, the second single Ticket was published out of here . On November 29, 2019, the third single was released Nach wie vor . The music video for Nach wie vor shows how Ebéné kills three people who are apparently modeled on AfD politicians Alexander Gauland , Alice Weidel and Björn Höcke . On December 20, 2019, a fourth single was released with Bang Bang and a fifth single on January 24, 2020 with love . The album immediately reached number one in the German album charts on February 7, 2020 . On February 9, 2020 it entered the Swiss album charts at number 26 and on February 14, 2020 at number 28 in the Austrian album charts.
- 2020: Golem (Initial release: January 31, 2020)
- 2019: Broken Like Me ( Golem ; first published October 4, 2019)
- 2019: Get your ticket out of here ( Golem ; First published: October 21, 2019)
- 2019: Still ( Golem ; First published: November 29, 2019)
- 2019: Bang Bang ( Golem ; first published December 20, 2019)
- 2020: Love ( Golem ; first published January 24, 2020)
- Guest contributions and collaborations
- 2006: Last Supper ( RB No. 1 Vol. 2 - Rock 'N' Roll ; with Big Derill Mack and Zett )
- 2006: Angst ( RB No. 1 Vol. 2 - Rock 'N' Roll ; with Massimo )
- 2006: Kämpf ( RB No. 1 Vol. 2 - Rock 'N' Roll ; with Jack Orsen and Tony Tone)
- 2006: Waffen der Frau ( Juice CD Volume 62 ; LD Crew presents DGB & Orestes feat.Tarek KIZ)
- 2007: Rush hour traffic ( 187Beatz Streettape # 1 ; B-Lash feat. Tarek KIZ)
- 2007: A boy doesn't cry here ( Alphagene ; Kollegah feat. Slick One & Tarek KIZ)
- 2008: Obsessed (Zwiespalt Grau; Basstard feat.Tarek KIZ)
- 2010: 3 good reasons (for a murder) ( With the mask ; Blokkmonsta feat. Massimo & Tarek KIZ)
- 2010: No Choice ( Rap from Berlin ; Orgasmus & Mach One feat.Tarek KIZ & Tony D )
- 2010: Murderer Murderer ( MC Basstard feat.Tarek KIZ)
- 2010: Yo (Rmx) ( therapy based on the album ; RAF Camora feat. Chakuza , D-Bo , JokA , MoTrip , Nazar , Silla , Tarek KIZ & Tua )
- 2011: Scarface Style ( Verbal Cocaine ; MC Bogy & Medicine Man feat.Tarek KIZ)
- 2012: Wealth ( RAF 3.0 ; RAF Camora feat.Tarek KIZ)
- 2012: ULF Kiffersong ( Moshroom ; Mosh36 feat. AchtVier , Bonez MC , Herzog , Jom361, Orgi69 , MC Bogy, Nockout86, Sa4 & Tarek KIZ)
- 2013: Machine ( Up to date ; Sadi Gent feat.Tarek KIZ)
- 2013: 30-11-80 ( 30-11-80 ; Sido feat. Eko Fresh , Lakmann , Laas Unltd. , Nazar, gynecologist , Manny Marc , Bushido , BK , Olli Banjo , Tarek KIZ, Smudo , Erick Sermon , MoTrip , Moses Pelham , Bass Sultan Hengzt , Afrob , Dokter Renz and B-Tight )
- 2017: Ding Dong ( Kohldampf ; Maxwell feat.Tarek KIZ)
- 2019: Schwarzes Plastik ( Hexeh ; Nord Nord Muzikk feat.Tarek KIZ)
- 2020: Abendrot (Nonstop; The Cratez feat.Tarek KIZ)
- Chart sources: Germany Austria Switzerland
- Tarek. Retrieved June 24, 2020 .
- Tarek KIZ in an interview with Yannick Niang: GOLEM, openness & demands on yourself | DIFFUSE. Accessed November 7, 2019 (German).
- 100% REALTALK Podcast # 20 | Tarek (KIZ). Retrieved November 26, 2019 (German).
- Tarek from KIZ announces his first solo album "GOLEM". Musikexpress, October 2, 2019, accessed on November 2, 2019.
- Celine Steffan: Tarek KIZ postpones the release date of "Golem". Rap.de, November 14, 2019, accessed November 30, 2019.
- Anna Siegmund: Tarek KIZ - Broken like me [video]. HipHop.de, October 4, 2019, accessed on November 2, 2019.
- David Molke: Tarek KIZ - Ticket out of here [video]. HipHop.de, October 25, 2019, accessed on November 2, 2019.
- Michael Rubach: Tarek KIZ - Still [Video]. HipHop.de, November 29, 2019, accessed November 30, 2019.
- Brutal video: KIZ rapper Tarek kills several AfD politicians. Retrieved November 30, 2019 .
- Clark Senger: Tarek KIZ - Bang Bang [Video]. HipHop.de, December 20, 2019, accessed December 20, 2019.
- David Molke: Tarek KIZ - love [video]. HipHop.de, January 24, 2019, accessed January 24, 2019.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Tarek KIZ (stage name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German rapper, hip-hop musician and singer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1986 or 1987|