Simge Sağın (born 8 August 1981) is a Turkish singer, songwriter and composer.

Simge Sağın was born on 8 August 1981 in Şişli, Istanbul.[1] Her mother is of Albanian descent.[2] Her father is also a musician. At the age of 12 she started playing guitar and composing. She continued her studies on music as a graduate of Istanbul Technical University State Conservatory.[1] She got a chance to work with many musicians like Alaaddin Yavaşça, Sadahaddin İçli in the university.

She earned her first professional experience in Zeynep Dizdar's orchestra. Later, she accompanied as a vocalist to many musicians like Gülşen, Yaşar, Serdar Ortaç. She made a duet with Kıraç for the TV series Annem, which started in 2007. The song "Annem (Mommy)" was among the 20 most listened to songs in the digital media in 2010.[3] She also contributed to the work of many screen credits and TV series music.

In 2011 she released her first EP album called Yeni Çıktı (Newly Minted). "Ödeme Vakti" was selected as the hit single of the album. In 2014, she produced her second EP album called Bip Bip (Beep Beep).[4]

In 2015, she released, "Miş Miş", a cover version of the song Dans Mon Quartier in Turkish with production of Ozan Bayraş and it became a hit. The clip reached over 147 million views on YouTube.[5] On January 29, 2016, she released her second single "Yankı". The lyrics and music of the song was prepared by Sezen Aksu, Deniz Erten, Ersay Üner and Simge. The song reached up to number 2 in the Official Lists.[6]

On July 22, 2016, she released, Kamera, a cover version of the Bollywood song Badtameez Dil.[7] On January 11, 2017, she released, Prens & Prenses