Egor Nikolaevich Bulatkin, better known by his stage name Egor Kreed and KReeD, is a Russian rapper and singer-songwriter.
|Born:||June 25, 1994, Penza, Russia|
|Genres:||Hip hop, Pop, Contemporary R&B|
|Labels:||Black Star Inc. (2012 — 2019) Warner Music Russia (2019 — nu.)|
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About Egor Kreed
Mega-popular Russian rapper who skyrocketed to fame after posting "Lyubov v seti" to YouTube in July of 2011. It was after he posted a cover of Timati's "Ne skhodi s uma" that he gained the rappers attention and signed a contract with Black Star Inc.
His love of music began at the age of 11 after he heard the song "Candy Shop" by 50 Cent. He began recording his own music in the years following.
He has performed with organizations and events like Hip-Hop Unite and ELLO Festival.
He was born Yegor Nikolaevich Bulatkin in Penza, Russia, to parents Marina and Nikolai. His older sister Polina Faith is also a singer and actress.
He performed the single "Bolshe chem lyubov" alongside pop singer Alexey Vorobyov.
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- Russian hip hop musicians
- Russian rappers
- Russian male singers