Famous for her albums Ask Yarasi (1997), Tilsim (2001), Ay Sahit (2004), and Ben Ates Ben Su (2006), this Turkish pop, jazz, and folk vocalist is also known for her hit singles "Sahilden," "Ay Sahit," and "Son Mektup."
She wrote her first song when she was twelve years old and gave her debut live performance the following year. After recording a demo with pianist Burcin Buke, she was signed by a major Turkish music label.
She entered Turkey's 1997 selection competition for that year's Eurovision Song Contest but ultimately did not qualify for the international music event.
The daughter of a musician father, she spent her youth in Izmir and Antalya, Turkey.
She is a contemporary of fellow Turkish pop singer Sila Gencoglu.