Pop Perusals 
He finally found success appearing in a
hit TV show and singing a duet with long-standing female singer
Seden Gürel in 2005. The song is a cover of an old
Erdoğan duet, "Küçük Bir Aşk Masalı" (A Little Love Tale) about a
young girl falling in love with an older man, who tries to dissuade her.
However, Keremcem and Gürel turn the tables on Aksu's lyrics and sing the song
with the roles reversed.
Born in Turkey in 1980, he literally exploded on to the Turkish music scene with his 2004 debut album, which tried to purify the synthesised sounds of pop with clean acoustic riffs and simple melodies. His debut music video charted number one on MTV's international airplay World Chart Express for many weeks.
He printed a limited edition of his second 2005 album on vinyl/LP format, only the second time this has been done in the Turkish industry since the emergence of digital media.
With his trusty guitar, which he always carries with him, Yalın pens songs
that speak to the female heart.
He was successful with his debut song "Çilek" (Strawberry) in 2004, he which he sings that he is "going to stick to her strawberry lips".
His sound is pure pop, yet he seems to rise above the crowd with his
quality performances and eye-catching music videos. In April 2006 he caught
the eye and the
snarky comments of BBC Europe editor Mark Mardell in his
Pop around Europe article.
Born in 1979, he states at his official site that "music was written into his destiny". Working as a radio DJ, he appeared on the music scene with his first album in 2000, but it was with his third album in 2003 that he began to make his name heard across Turkey, notably with the song "Civciv" (Chick).
He has Turkish classical music and classic guitar training, and his biggest
asset is his voice, which many compare to Tarkan's vocals.