The things of the stage: Timbe from Bad Copy



12 July 2018 text Natalia Ivanova
When we first found ourselves in the audience of the rap trio in Novi Sad, we realized that something was wrong with us – we didn't know the lyrics of their songs. This is how it became clear how big they were in Serbia, and then we learned why – in the 1990s, along with Beogradski sindikat, Bad Copy were among the first to develop the hip-hop music in the country, with humor, irony and minimalistic beats as Timbe tells us.


Together with Ajs Nigrutin and Wikluh Sky, he stands behind the microphone of this story, which begins in the Belgrade district of Kotež, continues with rhymes of fishing gone bad in the underground bars around 1996 and leads to the albums Sve sami hedovi, Najgori do sada and Krigle (the next one is also ready and will be released by the end of 2018). If you have not yet heard their latest hits Esi mi dobar, Jastin Biberi or Ljubav ili pivo, catch up until July 14, when Bad Copy will be on the stage of Maimunarnika together with Hed PE, Crazy Town & NDR. 



 

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