Birth name Samuli Huhtala
Also known as Spekti (2006–)
Aspekti (1999–2008)
Uncle Damn (1998)
Born 1979
Origin Helsinki, Finland
Genres Rap
Occupation(s) Rapper
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1999–present
Labels Rähinä Records
Associated acts Cheek, Elastinen

Samuli Huhtala, professionally known as Spekti and previously as Aspekti and Uncle Damn, is a Finnish rapper.


Spekti started his career in a band Trilogia in 1999. Since then, he has appeared as a featured artist on several songs, such as "Reissumies" and "Pyrkiny vähentää" by Cheek, and "A-Ha", "Rotko" and "Rähinä räp" by Fintelligens.[1]

Spekti's first solo single "Mogausmehuu" was released in 2010. In 2013, he released two more solo singles, "Teen mitä haluun" and "Juomalaulu". All three singles appear on his first studio album Diktaattorimies, released in October 2013.[2]


Solo albums

Year Title Peak position
2013 Diktaattorimies 20
2014 Macho fantastico 18


Solo singles
Year Title Peak position Album
2010 "Mogausmehuu"
(featuring Tasis)
2013 "Teen mitä haluun"
(featuring Setä Tamu)
(featuring Tasis)
2014 "Macho fantastico"
(featuring Tasis)
1 Macho fantastico
Featured in
Year Title Peak position Album
2010 "Pojat on poikii"
(Uniikki featuring Elastinen & Spekti)
10 Juokse poika juokse
2011 "Kunnon mestaan vetää"
(Uniikki featuring Elastinen & Spekti)
2012 "Pyrkiny vähentää"
(Cheek featuring Spekti)
10 Sokka irti
2013 "Loppuviikko"
(Elastinen featuring Uniikki,
Timo Pieni Huijaus, Tasis & Spekti)
12 Joka päivä koko päivä
2014 "Hanat auki"
(Lord Est featuring Spekti)


  1. "Spekti / Artistit / Rähinä Records". Rähinä Records Oy. Retrieved 29 January 2013.
  2. "SPEKTILTÄ UUSI SINGLE "JUOMALAULU"!". Rähinä Records. Retrieved 31 August 2013.
  3. Spekti discography on FinnishCharts.com
  4. 1 2 "Spekti". Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland ry. Retrieved 21 December 2014.
  5. "Lord Est". Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland ry. Retrieved 3 June 2014.

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