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Full Name Bahram Nouraei
Profession Rapper
Date of Birth April 25 , 1988
Current Age 35 years
Place of Birth Tehran
Birth Country Iran
Nationality Iranian
Birth Sign Taurus
Dead or Alive Alive ( 35 years old)

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Bahram Nouraei is one of the famous Rapper, who was born on the memorable day of April 25 in the year 1988. Bahram Nouraei is a proud citizen of Iran.

Hip hop artist and record producer who reached fame with his 2007 political hit “Letter To The President”. In 2012 he was listed by Huffington Post as one of the 50 people shaping culture in the Middle East.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Bahram Nouraei continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Bahram Nouraei
Popular As: Bahram Nouraei
First Name: Bahram
Last Name: Nouraei
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 25
Birth Year: 1988
Age: 35-years


He started pursuing rap in 2001 when he formed the group G.A.P (Guys in the Alleys of Persia). They recorded ten songs that would never be released.

He was arrested in 2009 on the charges of illegal cultural activism. In 2011, the documentaryBahram: An Iranian Rapper was made about him and the underground music scene after the Islamic revolution.


He was born in Iran on the 25th of April, 1988, but relocated to Stockholm, Sweden in 2011. Hichkasis also a prominent rapper from Iran.

Bahram Nouraei Timeline

Bahram Nouraei's first breakthrough hit was a political single track called "Nameyee Be Rayees Jomhour" (in English: A letter to the president) in 2007 which was written in the form of an open letter criticizing the sixth president of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
His debut album "24 Sa'at" (In Persian: 24 ساعت) (In English: 24 Hours) released in August 2008 containing the track "Inja Irane" (In Persian: اینجا ایرانه) (In English: Here's Iran) which is described as a powerful commentary on modern-day of Iran by Rolling Stone.
In 2009 Bahram spent one week in Evin prison which houses political prisoners.
His second studio album "Sokoot" (In Persian: سکوت) (In English: Silence) released in 2011 containing the first Iranian abstract hip hop track called "Khorshid Khanoom" (In Persian: خورشید خانم) (In English: Lady Sunshine) written in the form of a monologue with the sun in a chronological order.
Good Mistake is independently released on 4th of July 2015 and ranked #4 and #6 on Billboard's Top World Albums Chart for the last two weeks of July 2015.
Bahram's EP album called "Gozaar" (In Persian: گذار) (In English: Transition) was released at the same time as the Iranian New Year (on March 22, 2020).