Jan Phillip Eissfeldt, the man of many pseudonyms, has been nagging his way through the flourishing German rap scene since the early 90s with a truly unique voice. After a relatively successful start-up period, the "Absolute Beginners" crew, which he co-founded, landed in 1998
"Bambule" a hit: "Hip Hop Made In Germany" has grown up.
After working with Udo Lindenberg on his comeback album "Stark wie Zwei", Jan Delay released his third solo album "Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Soul" in 2009, which musically, like its predecessor, also leaned heavily on funk and soul.