Egor Kreed

Egor Nikolaevich Bulatkin (Russian: Егор Николаевич Булаткин, born June 25, 1994), better known by his stage name Egor Kreed (Russian: Егор Крид) and KReeD, is a Russian rapper and singer-songwriter.

Egor Kreed
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Background information
Birth nameRussian: Егор Николаевич Булаткин
Born (1994-06-25) June 25, 1994 (age 26)
Penza, Russia
GenresHip hop, Pop, Contemporary R&B
Years active2011–present
Labels
  • Black Star Inc. (2012 — 2019)
  • Warner Music Russia (2019 — present)

Biography and careerEdit

Egor Bulatkin was born on June 25, 1994 in Penza. His father, Nikolai Bulatkin, works at a company which produces nuts while his older sister, Polina Faith, is a singer and actress, who lives and works in the United States. To pursue his career, he moved to Moscow.[1]

After high school he enrolled at the Academy of Music Gnesinon producer faculty. Egor developed a liking for music since his childhood and wanted to become a singer since the age of 11, when he heard 50 Cent's song "Candy Shop".

On his friends' persuasion, Egor posted his first song titled "Lyubov v seti" on YouTube in July 2011. The video brought incredible success and huge recognition to Egor from all across Russia, racking up millions of views.

In March 2012, Egor won the "Star Vkontakte – Channel Five" in the category "Best Hip Hop Project". He was the chosen winner from among 1000 other competitors. Egor registered more than twenty thousand votes and was invited to perform at Saint Petersburg's BKZ "October's", where he performed "Vdokhnovenie" (Inspiration).

After gaining millions of views from the release of a cover version of "Ne skhodi s uma" (Don't Be Mad) which was originally performed by Timati. Timati's record label, Black Star Inc. starting to watch the progress of the young artist.

In April 2012, Egor signed under the label "Black Star Inc." Egor's debut under the record label company was the song "Starletka" (Starlet) which was recorded in the spring of 2012. The music video included popular Russian actress and model, Miroslava Karpovich, from the Russian TV series "Daddy's Daughters" (Papiny Dochki). Egor appeared at such major venues of the capital: "Olympic", "Luzhniki", "OCE", "Poklonaya Gora" and others, he also performed in events such as Hip-Hop Unite, May First, City Youth, ELLO Festival and Euro 2012. In April 2015 Egor released an album titled "Holostyak" (The Bachelor).

As of 2018, Egor has recorded about 60 songs, among them are "Nado li", "Zavedi moi puls", "Samaya Samaya", "Nevesta", "Rasstoyaniya", "Starletka", "Tolko ty" and "You're my galaxy".

On October 9, 2014, Egor released his biggest hit "Samaya Samaya", which was a huge difference from his previous material moving into a more pop genre. It reached number one in Russian charts and earned over twenty million views on YouTube. In April 2015, Egor released the song "Nevesta", featuring Anastasia Mikhailyuta and directed by Aleksey Kupriyanov.

On the night of 20 on June 21, 2018 Timati and Egor Kreed held an unauthorized mass event in Moscow on Bolshaya Dmitrovka by staging an impromptu performance right on the roof of the car, which caused blocking of traffic on the street.[2] This action was devoted to the opening of the Timati's beauty salon. The next day, lawyer Alexander Khaminsky filed an application to initiate cases on this incident in the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Tver and the Moscow State Traffic Safety Inspectorate.[3][4][5] The court in this case was appointed on August 1, 2018.[6]

Personal lifeEdit

In 2015, he had a relationship with Moldovian-American model Xenia Deli before he had a relationship with Russian singer Nyusha. He has been on a TV show called Холостяк.

FactsEdit

  • Egor began his career under his stage name "KReeD" in 2014 changed his previous stage name to "Egor Kreed".
  • His hobbies are paintball and tennis.

DiscographyEdit

Studio albums

  • Холостяк (2015)
  • Что они знают (2017)
  • 58 (2020)

Video ClipsEdit

Year Clip Director Album
2011 "Lyubov V Seti" «[1]» ---
2012 "Starletka" «[2]» Aleksey Figurov
2012 "Bolshe Chem Lyubov" «[3]» Aleksey Figurov
2012 "Rasstoyaniya" «[4]» Aleksandr Solomakhin
2013 "Zavedy Moi Puls" «[5]» Sergey Grey
2014 "Skronym Byt Ne V Mode "[6]» Rustam Romanov
2014 "Nado Li" «[7]" Aleksey Kupriyanov "Holostyak" «[8]»
2014 "Samaya Samaya" «[9]» Aleksey Kupriyanov "Holostyak" «[10]»
2015 "Nevesta" «[11]» Aleksey Kupriyanov "Holostyak" «[12]»
2015 "You're my Galaxy" «[13]» Sergey Shubin
2015 "Gimn RU.TV" «[14]» ---

"Holostyak" AlbumEdit

  • Track list:
  1. Самая самая (Samaya samaya)
  2. Голубые глаза (golubie glaza)
  3. Запомни и запиши (Zapomni i zapishi)
  4. Надо ли (Nado li)
  5. Ревность (Revnost')
  6. Не мы (Ne my)
  7. Только ты, только я (Tol'ko ty, tol'ko ya)
  8. Ей наплевать (Ey naplevat')
  9. Невеста (Nevesta)
  10. Не вынести (Ne vynesti)
  11. Тишина (Tishina)
  12. Мы просто любили так (My prosto lyubili tak)
  13. Берегу (Beregu)
  14. Папина дочка (Papina dochka)
  15. Холостяк (Holostyak)
  16. Будильник (Budilnik)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Egor Kreed's Biography
  2. ^ Алексеева Руслана (July 21, 2018). "После бессовестной выходки Тимати грозит арест". Дни.ру. Retrieved July 21, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "На Тимати и Крида завели дело за пробку в центре Москвы". Московский комсомолец. July 12, 2018. Retrieved July 21, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ Береснев Вячеслав (July 20, 2018). "Тимати и Егору Криду грозит арест". Ура.ру. Retrieved July 21, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ Еленин Семён (July 13, 2018). "Тимати и Егора Крида, станцевавших на крыше внедорожника в Москве, могут арестовать на 15 суток". Комсомольская правда. Retrieved July 21, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ "Искусство или хулиганство? Творчество Тимати и Егора Крида оценит полиция". Вести.ру. July 25, 2018. Retrieved July 21, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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