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NRVT Launches Triplet Singles Amidst Paradiddles for Jamaica

NRVT keeps his history of drumming lessons in a purple folder. Notation of drum patterns learned, he vaguely remembers.

London, UK, November 22, 2020 — NRVT keeps his history of drumming lessons in a purple folder. Notation of drum patterns learned, he vaguely remembers. The paradiddle though is something else – the ‘left right left’ and the ‘right left right’ pattern or rudiment will always be remembered.

The thing about all those music courses taken, explains NRVT, means he can open a folder, walk down memory lane, and recall something learned. Having access to info that jogs your memory in the past to help you today in the present is handy.

NRVT explains – when you have a ton of information that puts a shirt on your back, shoes on your feet, and food in your mouth, then that ton of information becomes a treasure. Nobody can access that information. So now it’s the muscles scenario, ‘use it or lose it.’

Unless NRVT excavates that information and brings it to the surface by way of new songs then how will the audience know what they have been missing. NRVT recognizes the conduit role, the pipeline of audio refinery, like the processes of manufacturing starts with the raw material.

Having a market to deliver songs to has given NRVT the confidence to create. Seeing NRVT hit No. 1 on Apple, Napster, Spotify, Tidal, and Youtube playlists, tells us the rollercoaster ride ain’t over, just begun. So checkout these 3 new songs from NRVT, and follow his journey.

Big Boat Jamaica‘ – is about travel and tourism in the Caribbean. A Hip Hop, Rap, Pop, Dance, Reggae inspired blend.

Cry Balm‘ – is the sharing of energy between a man and a woman, friends, and living life on the cutting edge with an international perspective, and making time for those invited. A Hip Hop, Rap, Dance, Reggae, Rhythm and Blues blend.

Gasoline and Petrol‘ – embraces people’s unity with the automobile and the journey through life. A Dance, Electronic, Rap inspired blend.

Don’t hold back show some support. Big Boat Jamaica, Cry Balm, and Gasoline and Petrol can be found on the links at the end of this article.

Journalism: Icsael Basemath


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Sixsense Redefines Hip-Hop With Original Sound and Storytelling in ‘Shylock’

Sixsense, a burgeoning new UK-based rapper, is on his way to top the hip-hop charts with his engaging rap style and voice that reveals his enormous potential in the genre. His catchy style of storytelling captured the attention of many, making him a well-known figure in the industry.

Driven with enthusiasm and concentrated on telling the story of his life with creativity the North London rapper creates a mark that is every bit inspirational and clearly shows his talent in front of a wider audience.

When Sixsense was 14 years old, he began producing music in his bedroom, taking influence from the likes of J.Cole, Nas and contemporary artists like Loyle Carner, launched his first release “Fly” and has since been consistent with his passion and creativity.

Recently, the artist has curated yet another stunning single called “Shylock” which is truly one of its kind and impressively demonstrates the artist’s fresh and versatile style.

“Shylock” is full of immersive and penetrating lyrics with the artist displaying a unique style of rap. The melody coupled with its consistent smooth flow creates a powerful atmosphere that captivates the senses and gives insight into the superior craftsmanship of Sixsense.

This single is everything you need to hear to experience a true classic hip-hop composition, and Sixsense is sure to amaze you with a high-quality voice. By stylistically combining his talent with the current style of contemporary hip-hop, the rapper has put together a song that really suits the hip hop movement.

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Jazzie Taboo Gives a Breathtaking Glimpse of her Rap Skills With The Track “Last Night”


The perfect recipe for catchy, memorable, and diligent hip-hop sound depends on the choice of beats and, at other times, on the rap-flow of the rapper. Recently, I found the most incredible hip-hop track I’ve heard in a very long time, and the rapper wore me with her brilliant style and remarkable rap skills. Introducing Jazzie Taboo, a versatile rap artist who has one of the cleanest rap voices I’ve heard in recent times. With a lot of vitality, a lot of energy, and a real love for hip-hop in her heart, the Female rapper from Youngstown has beautifully composed her latest single “Last Night” which’s got the groove you need to uplift your mood.


She impresses with her vocal prowess in the single “Last Night” and her creative way of songwriting, but the way she conducts herself through the single has kept me hooked to the finish. The single has a dope groovy vibe but is emotionally engaging; as she talks about her past experiences in life, something that she wants to leave behind.

Starting with her confidence, and her untamed way of delivering, this is a song that you can hear several times without getting bored for once. Now based in Chicago, Jazzie Taboo is one of the finest upcoming female artists in the Midwest region who combines her old-school aesthetic rap with today’s trap music sound, making it very glamorous and contemporary.

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Get a Stellar Dose of Hip Hop With The Track “Take My Time” by Big Loui3

Featuring a powerful voice and a stunning sound design, the burgeoning hip hop artist Big Loui3 is making a major buzz. The new track of this artist “Take My Time” is causing a buzz among the listeners with its distinctive musical offering. The track is lifted off his upcoming album which drops on February 14th. Dealing with sensitive elements like coming up from nothing, each track in the album comes with a relatable subject matter that engages the listeners.

We asked him a variety of questions on his personal and professional front. Here are a couple of excerpts from the interview.

Thank you for speaking with us at African Hype. What’s the first thing you hope new listeners feel when listening to your music?

A different vibe; something they can feel and relate to.

Congratulations on the release of “Take My Time”! What is the motivation behind such a lyrically rich and melodically unique single?

My album motivated me with the single because I took my time to push my music.

What has your musical journey been like? Run us through your story.

Loses, it started off as fun but life and losses hit. There was a point of time I could’ve stopped or push forward. I choose to push forward with my music because I know the people I lost would want me to continue the journey. You will be able to feel that through my album.

You made some significant progress in 2020. How did the Global pandemic affect your career?

It had a positive influence on my music. It gave me more time to write this album and make goals for my music.

What inspired you to pursue music?

My father because he played different genres of music. Also my family because music played a big part in our gathering. That’s why on my album you can get a mixture of different styles of music because I am different.

If you could collaborate with any artist, who would it be?

I wouldn’t want to collaborate with any artist because I feel like I bring everything to the table as far as music wise. Shout out to all the local I mess with I’m always willing to work with people I have already worked with and people I have already worked with.

What’s something most people don’t know about you?

I don’t really listen to mainstream rappers or follow trends.

For our final question, is there anything else you would like to add?

Album dropping feb 20,2021 pre-order will be available feb 14, 2021. Shoutout Dskrilla, Frank Gotti TonyGucch, Domino and the whole eastside of Gary. That’s on the Biggest G we up next!!!

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