Berlins Most Wanted
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|Berlins Most Wanted|
|Also known as||BMW|
|Genres||Hip Hop, Rap|
|Years active||2010-present (re-foundation)|
|Past members||King Orgasmus One
Bass Sultan Hengzt
Berlins Most Wanted (shortly BMW) is a Berlin rap group founded by rappers Bushido, Bass Sultan Hengzt and King Orgasmus One. The date of the foundation isn't clearly known, but the artists were represented together under the group's name on some albums, including King of KingZ (2001) by Bushido, and on King Orgasmus' albums Sexkönig (1998) and Berlin bleibt hart (2002) (with Bass Sultan Hengzt).
Foundation and early constellation
The group had announced to date no official separation, although personal differences had shown between the artists throughout the years. Bushido had formed his own record label ersguterjunge in 2004. Bass Sultan Hengzt signed ersguterjunge and released his second album Rap braucht noch immer kein Abitur in 2005 on the label. Shortly afterwards he left the label, because he had an fell out with Bushido. Later formed Bass Sultan Hengzt his label Amstaff Muzx. King Orgasmus One was the only artist who stayed at label I Luv Money Records.
In 2005, stated Bass Sultan Hengzt, that Bushido is not longer a member of the group, although the formation was inactive that time, and replaced him with Silla. Bass Sultan Hengzt announced in September 2007 the end of his rap career, however he said in an interview that the Berlins Most Wanted fans owe an album of the group.
In August 2010, Bushido trademarked the group's name with the German Patent and Trademark Office. He re-founded the group with Fler and Kay One and they released the eponymous album on October 22, 2010. The album ranked on the 45th calendar week of 2010 on #2 in the German charts. The double A side single "Berlins Most Wanted" and "Weg eines Krieges" released on October 8, 2010 and videos were made for both songs, directed by French director Chris Macari.
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