Bushido: Biography and music career

Published At: 20 April 2020 , 07:00 PM


Starting in the late 90s, Bushido recorded several demos that brought him first popularity, and one of them, the album "King of Kingz",  was released in 2001 and subsequently reprinted several times due to its content. The first debut studio release came out two years later on Aggro Berlin, after a joint album with rapper Fler, released there in 2002. And already in 2004, Anis left the label and organized his own Ersguterjunge, where during his career he released 10 solo albums, 4 compilations and 3 collaborative albums. Another important collaborative album with rapper Sido was released in 2011 via Sony BMG and Columbia. The last solo release in Bushido's discography has so far been released in 2015, the album "Carlo Cokxxx Nutten 3". In the same year, he noted a joint long play with his conditional protege - rapper Shindy - called "CLA $$ IC."

Anis is currently working on another solo album, "Black Friday," due out May 5, 2017.


Many Bushido albums have changed and reissued because they are withdrawn from sales because of their tough content, which has a bad effect on the younger generation;

Connected with the organized crime mafia family Abu Shaker, which he even spoke about in some of his interviews;

Over the course of his career, he has had enough beefs against himself of similar German hip-hop mastodons, among whom were rappers Sido, Fler and Kay One;

The rapper has an autobiographical book, which later formed the basis of the film "Life Changes You."  

He is a real champion in fines - for his frequent insults towards politicians, office workers, and television workers, he always had to pay round sums;

Some music groups often accused him of plagiarizing songs, once he even had to pay compensation;

In an interview, he said that as soon as his ward Shindy made a platinum album, he would quit rap