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Hande Yener

  • Jan 12, 1973 (age 46)
  • 5' 5" (1.64 m)
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2017
Hepsi Hit Vol 2
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AlbumJun 30, 2017

Hepsi Hit Vol 2

Hepsi Hit Vol. 2 (All Hits Vol. 2) is the thirteenth studio album …
Hepsi Hit Vol. 2 (All Hits Vol. 2) is the thirteenth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 21 June 2017 by Poll Production.
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2016
Hepsi Hit Vol. 1
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AlbumJun 6, 2016

Hepsi Hit Vol. 1

Hepsi Hit Vol. 1 (All Hits Vol. 1) is the twelfth studio album by …
Hepsi Hit Vol. 1 (All Hits Vol. 1) is the twelfth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 6 June 2016 by Poll Production. After releasing Mükemmel in 2014, Yener started to collect songs for her upcoming projects, and in mid 2015 she announced that different pieces for her new album were ready and set to be released at an appropriate time. In the early 2016, the title of the album was announced, and the recording phase started at the studio. Out of the 120 songs that she had received, she chose 20 of them for recording and as the production company was satisfied with all the pieces, they decided to release Hepsi Hit in two separate volumes.
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2015
İki Deli
AlbumJan 1, 2015

İki Deli

İki Deli released.
2014
Mükemmel
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AlbumJun 2, 2014

Mükemmel

Mükemmel (Perfect) is the eleventh studio album by Turkish …
Mükemmel (Perfect) is the eleventh studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 2 June 2014 by Poll Production. After working with Sinan Akçıl on her three previous studio albums, Yener ended her friendship with Akçıl and after it became evident that the two would not work together on any projects again, in May 2013 she released the new single "Ya Ya Ya Ya", which was written by Berksan. Following the single's release, she began working on her new studio album, and after years she took new songs from Altan Çetin with whom she had worked on a number of her early albums. Alongside Çetin, Mert Ekren and Volga Tamöz joined the album's personnel as songwriters.
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2012
Kraliçe
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AlbumDec 12, 2012

Kraliçe

Kraliçe (Queen) is the tenth studio album by Turkish singer …
Kraliçe (Queen) is the tenth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 12 December 2012 by Poll Production. It was Yener's first studio album since the 2011 release of Teşekkürler and included elements of pop music. All of the songs on the album were written by Sinan Akçıl, the third and last of Hande Yener's albums to have Akçıl as its sole songwriter. The album was produced by Polat Yağcı and Akçıl.
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Rüya
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AlbumJun 11, 2012

Rüya

Rüya (Dream) is a remix album by Turkish singer Hande Yener …
Rüya (Dream) is a remix album by Turkish singer Hande Yener and music group Seksendört. It was released on 11 June 2012 by Poll Production. It Yener's first album since the release of Teşekkürler. It was also the first major work by Seksendört since the release of their previous studio album Akıyor Zaman.
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2011
Teşekkürler
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AlbumSep 20, 2011

Teşekkürler

Teşekkürler (Thanks) is the ninth studio album by Turkish …
Teşekkürler (Thanks) is the ninth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 20 September 2011 by Poll Production. It contains elements of pop music and was Yener's first studio album since the 2010 release of Hande'ye Neler Oluyor?, with which she returned to making pop music. All of the songs on the album were written and composed by Sinan Akçıl, who had also prepared the entire songs on Yener's previous album as well. The album was produced by Polat Yağcı.
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2010
Hande'yle Yaz Bitmez
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AlbumSep 13, 2010

Hande'yle Yaz Bitmez

Hande'yle Yaz Bitmez (Summer Doesn't End with Hande) is …
Hande'yle Yaz Bitmez (Summer Doesn't End with Hande) is the first remix album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 13 September 2010 by Poll Production and was her second album to be released by this company. It contains elements of pop and electronic music. It was prepared to celebrate the success of Yener's previous album Hande'ye Neler Oluyor? (2010). The album was produced by Polat Yağcı.
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SongApr 1, 2010

Sopa
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SongApr 1, 2010

Bodrum
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SongApr 1, 2010

Çöp
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Hande'ye Neler Oluyor?
AlbumApr 1, 2010

Hande'ye Neler Oluyor?

Hande'ye Neler Oluyor? …
Hande'ye Neler Oluyor? (What's Going On with Hande?) is the eighth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 1 April 2010 by Poll Production. The album contains elements of pop music and was Yener's first album released after her return to making pop music. All of the songs on this album were written and composed Sinan Akçıl. The album was produced by Yener and Polat Yağcı.
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2009
Hayrola?
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AlbumApr 6, 2009

Hayrola?

Hayrola? (What's Up?) is the seventh studio album by …
Hayrola? (What's Up?) is the seventh studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was first released on 31 March 2009 by Avrupa Müzik on digital platforms and then as CD and cassette in music markets on 6 April 2009. It was Yener's first studio album since her separation from Erol Köse Production and her first major work since the release of Hipnoz (2008). The album contains elements of electronic music. Yener solely wrote seven of the album's ten songs, and wrote two others together with Ayşe Özyılmazel and Erol Temizel respectively. One of the songs in the album was written by Aylin Aslım. All of the pieces were composed and arranged by Erol Temizel.
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Hayrola
AlbumApr 6, 2009

Hayrola

Hayrola released.
2008
Hipnoz
AlbumMay 27, 2008

Hipnoz

Hipnoz (Hypnosis) is the sixth studio album by Turkish …
Hipnoz (Hypnosis) is the sixth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 27 May 2008 by Erol Köse Production. It features elements of electronic music, and was the singer's first studio album since the 2007 release of Nasıl Delirdim?. Yener wrote eight of the album's songs on her own, making her the songwriter whose name appears the most in the album. Two of the album's songs were written by Mor ve Ötesi's vocalist Harun Tekin. The compositions, recordings, and arrangements were done by Erol Temizel, who produced the album together with Yener.
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Nomination2008

Best Turkish Act

Nominated for MTV Europe Music Award for Best Turkish Act.
MTV Europe Music Award
2007
Nasıl Delirdim?
AlbumMay 15, 2007

Nasıl Delirdim?

Nasıl Delirdim? (How Did I Go Mad?) is the fifth studio …
Nasıl Delirdim? (How Did I Go Mad?) is the fifth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 15 May 2007 by Erol Köse Production. The album contains elements of electronic, pop, house, downtempo, dance and club music, and was the singer's first studio album since the 2006 release of Apayrı. Nine of the album's songs were written and composed by Boaz Aldujeli, making him the songwriter whose name appears the most in the album. Hande Yener served as the album's producer.
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SongMay 15, 2007

Romeo
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2006
Hande Maxi
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AlbumSep 8, 2006

Hande Maxi

Hande Maxi is the second extended play (EP) by …
Hande Maxi is the second extended play (EP) by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 8 September 2006 by Erol Köse Production. It contains elements of house music, and was the singer's first album since the release of Apayrı earlier in 2006, with which she changed her musical style. The album was produced by Hande Yener. Erdem Kınay also served as a producer, and took the task of composing, recording and mixing of a number of the songs. The album contains six songs in total.
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Apayrı
AlbumJan 4, 2006

Apayrı

Apayrı (Disparate) is the fourth studio album by Turkish …
Apayrı (Disparate) is the fourth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 6 January 2006 by Erol Köse Production. The album includes elements of pop, alternative, house, R&B, club, dance, electronic and rock music and marked a change in Yener's music style. By writing and composing seven of its songs, Mete Özgencil is one of the main songwriter-composers whose name appears in the album. The recordings were done in Hamburg, Germany, and Hande Yener served as one of the album's main producers. It was her first studio album since the release of Aşk Kadın Ruhundan Anlamıyor in 2004.
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SongJan 4, 2006

Yola Devam
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2004
Aşk Kadın Ruhundan Anlamıyor
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AlbumJul 6, 2004

Aşk Kadın Ruhundan Anlamıyor

Aşk Kadın Ruhundan …
Aşk Kadın Ruhundan Anlamıyor (Love Doesn't Understand A Woman's Soul) is the third studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 6 July 2004 by Erol Köse Production. An album with pop rhythms, it was the singer's first studio album since the 2002 release of Sen Yoluna... Ben Yoluma.... Ten of the album's songs were written and composed by Alper Narman and Fettah Can, making them the two main songwriters and composers in the album. Alongside Narman and Can, Altan Çetin, Mete Özgencil and Sezen Aksu also wrote songs for the album. Hande Yener served as one of the album's producers, and the recordings took place in Hamburg and Istanbul.
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SongJan 1, 2004

Acele Etme
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SongJan 1, 2004

Hoşgeldiniz
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2002
Sen Yoluna... Ben Yoluma...
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AlbumJul 1, 2002

Sen Yoluna... Ben Yoluma...

Sen Yoluna... Ben Yoluma...
Sen Yoluna... Ben Yoluma... (You Go Your Way... I'll Go Mine...) is the second studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 22 July 2002 by Erol Köse Exclusive. The album was Yener's first major work since the release of her first studio album Senden İbaret. As of 2013, Poll Production has acquired the rights for publishing the album.
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2001
Extra
AlbumJun 1, 2001

Extra

Extra released.
2000
Senden İbaret
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AlbumMay 31, 2000

Senden İbaret

Senden İbaret (Including You) is the first studio album by …
Senden İbaret (Including You) is the first studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 31 May 2000 by DMC. Yener worked on the album together with Altan Çetin, and with the release of the music video for "Yalanın Batsın" she succeeded in earning fame. She continued this success through releasing two more music videos: "Bunun Adı Ayrılık" and "Yoksa Mani".
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1991
Çağın Kulaçoğlu
Child1991

Çağın Kulaçoğlu

Çağın Kulaçoğlu born.
1990
Uğur Kulaçoğlu
Marriage1990

Uğur Kulaçoğlu

Married Uğur Kulaçoğlu.
1973
Hande Yener
Birth1973

Hande Yener

Hande Yener was born.
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