This chapter examines how young Muslim performers grapple with the dilemma of wanting to be seen as German, on the one hand, and holding on to their ‘Muslimness’, on the other hand. Situating their practices in the current German context, in which Islam has become an even more contentious subject, the chapter focuses on i,Slam, a collective of young German Muslim slam poets, and discusses the group’s activities as constitutive of the poets’ understandings of their belonging in Germany, as well as representing an embodied form of heritage-making. It reflects on how this is articulated in their practices and draws attention to questions that arise when Islam is put on stage and what comes into play in these developments. The stage becomes a public platform where different ideas and views are presented and performed.