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The official debut single "[[Qami Pchi]]" was released in early 2006.  Written by former member [[Hayk Harutyunyan]] and produced, arranged, mixed and recorded by Canadian-Armenian [[H.A. Der Hova]], it's musical style is a mix of hip hop, pop and Armenian melodies all sung in Armenian.
 
The official debut single "[[Qami Pchi]]" was released in early 2006.  Written by former member [[Hayk Harutyunyan]] and produced, arranged, mixed and recorded by Canadian-Armenian [[H.A. Der Hova]], it's musical style is a mix of hip hop, pop and Armenian melodies all sung in Armenian.
  
The music video for the second single "Mi Patmutyun" (A Story) was debuted on September 28 2006.  The song was composed, produced, arranged, mixed and recorded by [[H.A. Der Hova]].  An Enhanced CD single was released on October 1 2006 featuring both "[[Qami Pchi]]" and "Mi Patmutyun", club remixes, karaoke versions, both music videos and karaoke versions of both music videos.
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The music video for the second single "Mi Patmutyun" (A Story) was debuted on September 28 2006.  The song was composed, produced, arranged, mixed and recorded by [[H.A. Der Hova]].  An Enhanced CD single was released on October 1 2006 featuring original versions of both "[[Qami Pchi]]" and "Mi Patmutyun", club remixes, karaoke versions, as well as original music videos and karaoke versions of both music videos.
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On December 14 2006, the single "Qami Pchi" received the Hit of the Year award at the Annual National Armenian Music Awards.
  
 
==Websites==
 
==Websites==

Revision as of 23:15, 17 December 2006

Armenian hip hop musical group based in Yerevan, Armenia.

Members include rappers and brothers Felix Petrosyan and Narek Petrosyan and vocalists Syuzi Shahbazyan and Hrant Hovsepyan.

The first couple of independent singles included "Bari Luys" and "Ush E".

The official debut single "Qami Pchi" was released in early 2006. Written by former member Hayk Harutyunyan and produced, arranged, mixed and recorded by Canadian-Armenian H.A. Der Hova, it's musical style is a mix of hip hop, pop and Armenian melodies all sung in Armenian.

The music video for the second single "Mi Patmutyun" (A Story) was debuted on September 28 2006. The song was composed, produced, arranged, mixed and recorded by H.A. Der Hova. An Enhanced CD single was released on October 1 2006 featuring original versions of both "Qami Pchi" and "Mi Patmutyun", club remixes, karaoke versions, as well as original music videos and karaoke versions of both music videos.

On December 14 2006, the single "Qami Pchi" received the Hit of the Year award at the Annual National Armenian Music Awards.

Websites