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9 August 2022 13:32

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Another talent of Halil İbrahim Ceyhan, the star of the series Emanet, has emerged!

Halil İbrahim Ceyhan, who won the hearts with his TV series Emanet (Legacy), has been a prominent figure in the social media agenda for the last two years. Halil İbrahim Ceyhan, who was frequently reported in the press and praised for his successful performance in the TV series Emanet, also showed his musical talent.

Halil İbrahim Ceyhan, who attracted attention with his song “Justice Longing”, whose lyrics and music belonged to him, sang a duet with the master musician Suat Aydoğan. The actor. who took an important step in music by performing the song she wrote himself, has already received great attention from his fans.

The actor, who occasionally sings local folk songs in the TV series Emanet and is liked by the audience, seems to be more prominent in music now. The first two seasons of the series, Emanet, are expected to continue in the third season.

After Sıla Türkoğlu no longer wanted to take part in the project and left Emanet, Halil İbrahim Ceyhan will come to the fore as the name that will carry the series. You can watch the duet of Suat Aydoğan and Halil İbrahim Ceyhan in the video.

The actor, who is preparing for a challenging third season and evaluating the summer break with music studies, said that he also gave some lyrics to the musicians. Ceyhan states that he has many sources of inspiration for himself, sometimes he is inspired by his experiences, and sometimes he creates works from the details of the scenario of the Emanet series.

Stating that music and acting feed each other, the actor also stated that he received concert offers. Halil İbrahim Ceyhan said, “Concert offers have already started to come. But I think there is a little more time for this, there are a few more songs in the coming months, songs that I read myself, the lyrics and music of which belong to me, and then there may be surprises.”

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