|Born||November 25, 2001|
|Other names||WhuzupArt, G-Nius|
Ali Ciwanro (born November 25, 2001) is a German musician and songwriter. He is known for his unique writing skills incorporating personal thoughts, experiences, and feelings. Ciwanro rose to fame after several projects for which he was a songwriter reached gold and platinum status. Ciwanro has worked with many of the most influential German and American artists.
Ciwanro has been featured as an influential up-and-coming songwriter by several music publications such as All Hip Hop, This is 50, HipHopSince1987, Forbes, and New York Weekly.
Early life and education
Ciwanro, also known by his birth name Ali Ahmed, was born and raised in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. He attended a German school in his Hometown. He often faced difficulties in his school with his fellow students and teachers. Ciwanro began writing at a very young age. He considered writing as a means to outpour his emotions. He believes Eminem, Witt Lowry and Mac Miller as his biggest inspirations.
Ciwanro is well-known for his distinctive approach to writing lyrics, in which he expresses his feelings, experiences, and thoughts. After completing his composition, he incorporates similes and multisyllabic rhyme chains to create a hit. He is highly recognised as a talented lyricist with heart and soul who expresses himself via his songs.
Ciwanro has collaborated with a number of German and American artists on several full-length albums. Sixteen of the projects for which Ciwanro has been the songwriter are gold and platinum certified. After he was featured on Thisis50 by the US Rapper 50 Cent, Ciwanro has received various opportunities in the United States. In 2022, he signed a five year lyric writing contract with an artist of value $100,000. Within a year of his career, he is known to have collaborated with several big names, including J. Cole, Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and Ty Dolla $ign. Megan Thee Stallion, Cardi B. and several other female artists often praise Ciwanro as a true feminist, and supporter of women’s rights.
Several prominent music journals, including All Hip Hop, Thisis 50, HipHopSince1987, and New York Weekly, have described him as one of the most influential European songwriters. According to Forbes, he is currently regarded as one of the most esteemed lyricists in the world.
In addition to his many music endeavours, Ali has been working with other compassionate persons to promote an initiative that will focus on opening multiple schools for girls in Pakistan, India, and other nations where women's rights and education are limited.
- RY RY World (2021)
- Sometimes I Might Be Introvert (2021)
- The Off-Season (2021)
- Call Me If You Get Lost (2021)
- Donda (2021)
- Pray for Haiti (2021)
- Sound Ancestors (2021)
- King's Disease II (2021)
- Slime Language 2 (2021)
- Certified Lover Boy (2021)
- Smiling with No Teeth (2021)
- The Plugs I Met 2 (2021)
- La Maquina (2021)
- By the Time I Get to Phoenix (2021)
- Traumazine (2022)
- Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers (2022)
- Her Loss (2022)
- Ghetto Gods (2022)
- The Mind Of A Saint (2023)
Ciwanro's parents are Kurds from Iraq. The young artist was born in Germany and grew up with four siblings.
Ali Ciwanro's net worth is estimated to be $1.2 million. The artist himself has never taken a stand.
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- ↑ "A True Feminist - Megan Thee Stallion's thoughts on songwriter Ali Ciwanro. - Rapper Weekly". rapperweekly. 31 May 2022. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
- ↑ "Songwriter Ali Ciwanro involved in the production of Bel-Air (2022) - Cali Post". calipost. 1 May 2022. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
- ↑ Munoz, Alfred (15 June 2022). "Successful Rapper J. Cole Explains Why He Likes Ali Ciwanro So Much - Muzique Magazine". muziquemagazine.com. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
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- ↑ Staff, Billboard. "'Traumazine' by Megan Thee Stallion – Ali Ciwanro shares his thoughts on the album | Billboard Music". billboardworldmusic.com. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
- ↑ "Cardi B tells Us Why Ali Ciwanro is a Big Boss Featured". Raptology: Rap News - Rap Music - Rap Contests - Rap Articles. 24 June 2022. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
- ↑ Hernandez, Paul. "Ali Ciwanro Supports Women's Rights in the Music Industry and Globally". www.thehypemagazine.com. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
- ↑ "Ty Dolla $ign and Ali Ciwanro met Through Mac Miller - the story". 24Hip-Hop. 25 May 2022. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
- ↑ "Interview: Ali Ciwanro talks about the worst time of his life". Big News Network.com. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
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- ↑ Gulati, Ritika (26 August 2022). "New Age Songwriter Ali Ciwanro Supports Feminism and Equal Rights for Women". blackbirdnews.com. Retrieved 19 December 2022.
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