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Kuzev - M A D

Kuzev - Bre Petrunko

Kuzev and M&M Beat - Bagpipes Magic

Zazheni se Giuro

Maistor Manol

Maistor Manol

Kuzev - Pirin

Kuzev - Pirin

Kuzev - Pusta Mladost

Kuzev - Pusta Mladost

You can listen to most of my music on Youtube. Spotify, iTunes and all other major stores also have a good chunk of it. At https://kuzev.bandcamp.com/ you can download high-quality WAV or FLAC files of some of the tracks if you’re into that. And on this page, there’s supposed to be a player for your convenience. Enjoy!
Kuzev and M&M Beat Bagpipes Magic buy
Kuzev Pirin buy
Kuzev Pamet buy
Kuzev ft Anna Mitkova Want More buy
Kuzev Pusta Mladost (Short Version) buy
Kuzev Pusta Mladost (original mix) buy
Kuzev The Unknown buy
Kuzev Dream buy
Kuzev Sam buy
Kuzev, Nina Nikolina Maistor Manol
Kuzev, Bulgarian voices Angelite Zazheni se Giuro / Зажени се Гюро Free
Kuzev Balkan (Ergen Deda)
Kuzev Dark Road (2011)
I was 3 years old when my parents got me an electronic toy keyboard. It had a really digital sound and it was also able to play a melody that was hard-wired into that toy’s memory. It was really small and red, but I remember to this day the day I got it. I don’t remember if it was for my birthday or for Christmas but it was some time in 1992 or 1993. I had to pick up between a version with and a version without a microphone. I actually liked watching Elton John on TV and I liked how he plays the piano and sings in the same time, so I was imagining doing the same, but the one with the mic was almost double the price so I picked the other – I thought I don’t actually need a microphone to sing.
My father showed me how to play the melody of “Мила моя мамо” (My dear mom – a popular Bulgarian song for children). So I learnt how to play it. The next thing I learnt to play was actually my own composition.
Later I got a vibraphone toy and when I was 8 a friend of my dad gave me his 2,5 octaves keyboard and taught me a little bit more about playing. He also left me a booklet with note sheets of Michael Jackson songs.
I never took any formal education for music, although I really wanted to go to piano lessons, but we couldn’t afford them.
We had music classes in school where I learnt how to sing by notes and I used that skill to play melodies on the keyboard by notes, but only single-handedly.
I also had an old tape and vinyl player so I was able to record what I was playing on tape. I was also able to get that recording on one tape and while copying it to another one I added a new layer of playing a different instrument from the patches of the keyboard. It was really a basic way of making music and I really wanted a better keyboard and a computer, because I knew that music is made with better keyboards and computers.
It was 1997. The same year Auto-Tune was initially released.
That was the only equipment I had up until late 2006 or the beginning of 2007 when I got my first computer.
For me, it was just a child play. I enjoyed playing and recording after school and I was fantasising that when I grow up I’m gonna be a big star like Jean-Michel Jarre.
Even when I got the computer and started playing with the software I still considered it my cool hobby, but nothing more.
Anyway by the time I got my computer I was listening to a lot of club music, since I was going a lot to clubs, so then my main influences were house and rap.
The first song I put on the internet was called “Prefecture”. Here it is:
Kuzev Prefecture
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