Dr. Volkanikman
DE Berlin – Pop / Dancehall / Hip Hop / Reggae / Worldmusic
Dr. Volkanikman


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Rain Records/Covea Jiles
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Actions No Words Charity Album Album 2010
So Much Style/Dingolay
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder iNaDeM - im Namen der Menschlichkeit Charity Album Album 2006
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Schwergewicht EP 2008
Covea Jiles
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Aus dem dicken Bauch heraus EP 2012
MKZWO Records
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Share a Tea Charity Album Album 2014
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Alban war wohl ein Fake. Aber Volkanikman ist wirklich Arzt an der Charité Berlin, der schon seit vielen Jahren die Bühnen für den guten Zweck rockt. Alles, was über die Musik reinkommt, wird an medizinische und bildungsfördernde Hilfsorganisationen gespendet (www.actions-nowords.com). Euch erwartet eine heiße, leidenschaftliche Show, bei der es ernst, aber auch spaßig zugeht!

No fake, real doctor!

Music, charity, medicine, passion. All these aspects get combined in a mixture of Carribbean, Oriental and Balkan Style with German, Turkish and English lyrics when “The Doctor” enters the stage.
VolkanikMan ( Volkan Aykaç) is a medical doctor, born and grown up in Berlin, Germany, as a child of Turkish Immigrants.
As a teenager he started singing and rapping. His first short gig as VolkanikMan was in 2002. From his own experience with racism, discrimination and influence of his belief (Islam) he decided in 2006 to become a charity singer to bring needy people positivity, love and attention by founding Actions – No Words – Charité Project.

“I know I can’t change the world, but I know that I can bring some light into some peoples’ life. This is what I seek for!”

People who criticize him for using charity to become famous get the answer: “Charity is not the concept for my music, but my music is the concept for charity!”

His songs haven’t always got the intention to spread a serious message, but his concerts/gigs: collecting money for needy people, supporting peace, unity, respect and fighting racism, discrimination and homophobia.

It is not an easy road, but worth of going it!

Worked and played with: Culcha Candela Johnny Strange, Ring-Ding, Mellow Mark, Tippa Irie, Ganjaman, Manu Chao, Feueralarm/ The Evolution (Gentleman BAand), Nosliw, Mono und Nikitaman, and many more