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Péter Majoros appeared in the reality show titled Real World Club RTL and presenter, actor and rapper using Dopeman as he continued his career.

He met Dopeman for the first time in the reality show, and after the show they made a record together. Thus, in 2003, Majka became a member of Dopeman's band, La Mafia Familia, and under Dopeman's guidance, she recorded her debut album in London, which was released in Hungary in 2003 under the title The Hero of Ózd. The CD became a gold record within half a year, and Majka was able to return home with the award for the best domestic rapper from the Bravo Otto award gala. [source?] Two singles were released from the album: the Kiszavozó show and Dolgok made with Dopeman.

In 2004, Majka's second album (no longer without Dopeman) was released under the title Történt ami türké. Four singles were released from the album: Történt, ami öyöt, Bom Chicka Wah Wah, from the songs Tündi Bündi and Mondd ami fáy, made with Tyson, for which he received a VIVA Comet award in the best music video category.


Brains is Hungary's most successful concert band playing electronic music: in addition to their big-stage festival performances and sold-out club concerts across the country, in the winter of 2012/13, they filled the large hall of the Patina Petőfi Csarnok with their fans twice in four months, and then in the spring of 2015, at the presentation of their album "Stand Firm", they made almost seven thousand fans dance in Budapest Park. In the spring of 2016, they won the Phonogram Award for "Electronic Recording of the Year" and the Petőfi Music Award for "Best Instrumentation". So far, ten of their songs have been in rotation on Petőfi Rádio, making them the most listened-to Hungarian group singing in English.

The Carbonfools

The Carbonfools a Hungarian, (but English singing), especially electronic music band. Their music is rock, blues, reggae, dub, disco, folk, ethno, darkwave and a mix of modern electronic genres. Unique sounding foundation of electronic and live instrumental music unit.


The hip-hop formation, which is basically associated with Veszprém, has been active in the domestic rap scene since 2001. In 2003, they won the national talent search competition called Hiphop Mission, which was the successor of the legendary Fila Rap Jams. Since the foundation, several own records, solo albums, and a series of producer publications have appeared under the banner of the heroes. Over the years, the team has toured the country with its performances. They have performed at every major domestic festival, they are also regular names at the summer finale of the Offline Sport Games, but at city/municipal events and, of course, at hip-hop-oriented parties, Hősök is a sure thing. In 2011, the ten-year anniversary and the fourth album (Négy Évszak) were major turning points. Nearly 100 performances, five new video clips, MR2 chart leader (Ikon). The album receives a lot of positive reviews, and many new doors and opportunities are constantly opening up for Hősök. In 2012, they appeared with the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra at the Symphony 2.0 event. In 2013, the fifth disc was released under the title Touch, with songs such as Kisember, Hip Hop Hatalom and Enyém. This year, the group has already given nearly 150 performances, including as the opening production of the main stage of the Volt Festival in Sopron.

Robin SchulzD

Robin Schulz (Osnabrück, Lower Saxony, Germany, 28 April 1987 -) is a German DJ and music producer.

Ákos Kovács

Ákos Kovács (Budapest, April 6, 1968 –) Hungarian songwriter, composer, poet, singer-performer under the name Ákos, winner of the Kossuth Prize. One of the defining performers of Hungarian musical life. The singer, lyricist, composer of the former band Bonanza Banzai, and then a popular and prolific performer as a soloist from the nineties to the present day. He works in his own studio, his own record label takes care of his albums. In addition to singing, Ákos also plays acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, synthesizer and drums. In addition to his solo concerts, he is a featured performer at many domestic festivals. He speaks two foreign languages, English and Italian. Married, his wife is Krisztina Őry. Father of four children: Márton (1998), Anna (2002), Kata (2005) and Júlia (2010).

Margaret Island

The Margaret Island in the autumn of 2013 established a three-member Hungarian alternative popegyüttes.

In their songs, they combine an acoustic and folkpop soundscape with folk music elements, to counterbalance which they chose a strange-sounding name for the band.[1] Their music was heavily influenced by Mumford & Sons and Passenger.[2] Their first album was released in September 2015 under the title Once upon a time, and the second in 2016 under the title Bakancslista. Most of their lyrics were written by Szabolcs Hujber (e.g. Eső, Bolyongó, Veled minda, Libikóka, Napfény, Ringató, Eçon vol), and János Bródy wrote lyrics for two of their songs (Nem voltál jó, which was originally published in English /Soaked In Life/ and morning fever).[3] On their records, they also received arrangements of János Bródy's earlier compositions (A girl walks on the hillside; Let me be free). According to the members of the band, the first record symbolizes the end of childhood, a kind of coming of age.[4] The band is published by Gold Record.

play Lóci

The play won the Lóci High-Color Pad! showing talent competition on Saturday night at the Capital Club Aquarium. was organized by the WAS Productions and Radio Petofi event finale pitted against three artist productions, the audience votes on the final result was decided.

The other two participants were critical of Jonah Vera Experiment and Mörk. All three gave a twenty minute blocks artist perform live - can watch concerts back in. The audience could vote via SMS, Instagramon and on.

The Biebers

The Biebers is a modern pop-rock band from Budapest, founded in 2012, whose two leaders are Peti Puskás, known from Megasztár, and his brother, Dániel Ádám Puskás[1]. The group finished second at the 2015 Grand Stage[2] and played in front of artists such as Robbie Williams and Imagine Dragons[3]

Thirty Seconds to MarsUSA

The discography of the American rock group 30 Seconds to Mars currently consists of 3 studio albums, 3 LPs, 10 singles, 4 promotional singles and 10 music videos. The band signed a contract with Immortal Records and Virgin Records in 1998. Their first album, 30 Seconds to Mars, was released three years later.[1] The album peaked at number 107 on the Billboard 200, while topping the Top Heatseekers album chart.[2] The album was accompanied by two singles, Capricorn (A Brand New Name) and Edge of the Earth, the latter of which reached the top 10 on the UK Rock Chart.[3] The former peaked at number 31 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and topped the Heatseekers Song chart. Over the years, the album has sold more than two million copies worldwide.


The band Wellhello was founded in 2014, and its members are the well-known Hungarian rapper Fluor Tomi and the singer-songwriter Diaz. The band became known for their song "Rakpart", which immediately topped the charts and radio playlists after its release.[1] Their first album was released in March 2015 and opened at number one on the iTunes chart in one day, and after that the band embarked on a tour of nearly a hundred stops called the President's Tour.[2]

Apey and the Pea

The Apey & the Pea stoner / sludge / grunge trio was born in late 2009 in the Neck Sprain, Trillion, Kelly Hits the Blue Sky and Remembering the Steel (Pantera tribute) singer Andrew Price "Apey" on the project from each, complemented by a former Superbutt members. The trio first material is called "Better Maxi" on the Internet June 26, 2010.

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