Rudy Kulmala

Also known as El Ruudolf, Rudolf
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Discography of Ruudolf:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Bodausanthem 2 Audio 2004 Fjuu Records
2 Whottsdadiliyooo / Hala! 6 Audio 2004-10-00 Not On Label
3 Doupeimmat Jumala Seivaa 10 Audio 2004-11-03 Monsp Records
4 Doupeimmat Jumala Seivaa EP 6 Audio 2004-12-17 Monsp Records
5 2002-2003 15 Audio 2003 Not On Label
6 2002-2003 15 Audio 2005-11-25 Not On Label
7 Rudy Wöller EP 5 Audio 2004 Not On Label
8 Touchdown 7 Audio 2005-12-00 Not On Label
9 Semihot Ruudolf Megamixtape 11 Audio 2006-02-01 Monsp Records
10 Semihot Ruudolf EP 5 Audio 2006-05-00 Monsp Records
11 Doupeimmat Jumala Seivaa EP Part 2 6 Audio 2006-03-01 Monsp Records
12 Born In The U.S.A. 8 Audio 2008-06-25 Monsp Records
13 Doupeimmat Jumala Seivaa 11 Audio 2004 Monsp Records
14 Asvalttisoturin Viimeinen Hidas 14 Audio 2010-08-04 Monsp Records
15 Asfalttisoturin Viimeinen Hidas 15 Audio 2010-11-29 Monsp Records
16 Amerikankotka Liitää 4 Audio 2012-03-05 Monsp Records
17 Mitä Sä Siit Tiiät (Heeeyyy) 4 Audio 2011-10-03 Monsp Records
18 Jalokivii Tiputtelen 3 Audio 2012-09-25 Monsp Records

The double "heavyweight" champion of Finnish freestyle rap, Rudy "Ruudolf" Kulmala has a long history in the Finnish underground rap scene. He started young and won his first championship in 2001.

As a part of an underground rap group "Vähäiset Äänet" and with his solo album "2002-2003 (Vaimokassu)" he gained respect with his effortless flow. He gained country-wide recognition, when he released "Doupeimmat Jumala Seivaa" which was described by the music press as "the first Finnish rap classic".

He won his second championship in 2005, just before releasing the "Semihot Ruudolf Megamixtape".

He started off as "Rudy Rääväsuu", which was his artist name when he won his first championship. Sometimes he just shortened it to "Rudy". He used "Rudolf" on his solo album "2002-2003" and then started using "Ruudolf" when he released the first single "Bodausanthem" of the "Doupeimmat Jumala Seivaa" album. He uses the alias "Rolf Santana" as a producer. When he deejays, he uses the alias "Booty Coolmala" (an apparent deviation of his real name) or plain "Booty C".

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