Atypisk net wort $450 thousand (estimate need better source)
Amin Kevlar (born April 17, 1984 in Iran), better known as Atypisk, is a Danish rapper who grew up in Gladsaxe, Copenhagen.
He was born in Iran and came to Denmark when he was 4 years old. According to an interview with Bubber on TV2, he was thrown out of his parents’ home and had to fend for himself already at the age of 13, as they could not manage to live with him.
Together with Wood and Hype, ATYPIC is i.a. known from the rap group MFS (Made For Streets), which started in 2005, where Lukas Graham was also involved.
In 2007, the group first released the track “Ingen Opposition” (feat. StreetMass) and later the studio albums “Bandaniseret” (2009) and “Gadens Vilkår” (2011).
ATYPIC, Wood and Hype (MFS) became known as Denmark’s first real gangster rappers. It was due to their disstracks [Hvad?] To other Danish rappers, their music videos and the great support from their fans. Amin has together with MFS released the two CDs Bandaniseret and Gadens Vilkår.
A’typically has also collaborated with Shaka Loveless with the song “Gray In Gray” from 2013 and the solo hit “Saver Her” from 2012. Much of his music deals with loyalty and brotherhood.
In addition to his activity in rap, ATYPISK is also active in the rocker community, as he is a member of the rocker group Satudarah MC. In November 2015, Ekstra Bladet linked Amin Kevlar with the rock group Satudarah MC. In May 2016, Kevlar confirmed the ties to Satudarah on its own Facebook profile. Here he inserted the logo of the rocker group and published several pictures of other Satudarah members.
In October 2017, he released the song “We One” in memory of many of the Satudarah members who died during various fights.
Since then, ATYPISK has released a number of singles such as “Warm Times”, “So On”, “Chopper Tale” (feat. Branco & Gilli), and “Fast Track”.
In November 2019, he released his second album, “A Level”, with 12 songs. The most played song in the album is “Love (feat. Gilli & Kesi)” It was No. 1 in the Top 50 Denmark (Spotify) for almost the entire month of December.
According to an interview in the urban podcast “Uden Filter”, he considers himself together with MFS as Denmark’s first “real” rapper (s), and in 2010 he produced Denmark’s most expensive music video, in his time. He has only in 2019 alone, released 8 music videos.