Ebow attracted considerable attention for the first time with guerrilla appearances in Munich’s railway-station district, including in laundrettes, supermarkets and trams. Numerous gigs on conventional stages followed. With the self-produced half-hour video mix-tape Habibi's Liebe und Kriege (Habibi’s Love and Wars), Ebow positioned herself between hip-hop and oriental beats. She conveys social realities in aggressive texts that deal with everything from gender roles in the Turkish community to false patriotism and the arms trade. In March 2019 her brand-new album K4L, in which she expands her repertoire in terms of both style and content, was released on Problembär Records.



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