It feels completely bizarre to say that the biggest rapper of all time has been unveiled at the release of the most anticipated lyrical music cypher ever — the Big 6 Cypher, being the second coming in its second season.
But the biggest rapper of all time wouldn’t be ordinary in the slightest, and this one’s a friend of sorely missed participation of mainstream music and married to the underground and indie scene, probably the most fervently beloved fast rising hip hop artist in Ghana.
The Big 6 Cypher series, amazingly enough, is an entire episode that zeroes in on that incredible theme, the link between talent and hype. Considering the attention episode two has received so far, it’s clear artists are being given a chance to belong in the African music sector through the Big 6 Cypher.
Bullet, born Dare Abdul Barid, is a budding rapper who fuses Hausa, Twi and English in his creatives as a hip-hop artist. Bullet may be one of the promising fast rising stars in Ghanaian hip-hop but he’s hardly the only one. Bullet is hailed for his’Ali Bomaye’ record which was produced by Magnom.
Stevenson S.T. Quaye known simply as Caution is a native of Accra who blends Pidgin language with GA to give variety to his English-Twi records. He unveilsmyth in his music. Featured on several records including ‘Heaven or Hell’, ‘Wahala’ and ‘Gimme More’, Caution has tipped as one of the few talents to look out for in the Ghanaian local industry.
Music is all around us. At the start of the 21st century, technology in industrialised societies provides us with easy access to a vast amount of recorded musicon bjrlivefm.com and loudsoundgh.com and this brings us to the Koforidua native, the stylish rapperTee Rhyme as he’s affectionately called. Tee Rhyme has songs like: ‘Koomi’, ‘I’m Flying’, ‘Too Bad’ and ‘BokoorDea’; a song which created controversy after popular artiste Criss Waddle released a song under the same theme.
While the Big 6 Cypher platform has given these fast rising artists the platform to showcase their talents, En kay B, born Michael Essilfiebelieves as a rapper and singer his song writing abilities will be better understood when he talks about life issues and motivational pieces.His songs ‘Dark Era’ and ‘Cos of love’ are currently the talk underground. He’s silky touch in music is just what gave him the spotlight on the Big 6 Cypher record.
After breaking barriers with ‘Starz Life’ which featured American rapper Souja Boy, Dementor, the Spanish based rapper is currently doing well on the black market like noother Latin American rapper has ever done. He has been spotlighted by DJ Khalid and DJ Black and his collection of music includes features with Stonebwoy, Wayne Wonder among others. Dementor is also the brightest budding Spanish artist of the century to break grounds with his music in West Africa.
Heavy-bass hiphop crooner KillezVypa appeared on the second episode of the Big 6 Cypher series because of his multi-talented skills as a producer –rapper and performer. Whereas he has produced a lot of songs making waves in the underground sector, his record dubbed ‘The Throne’ is one of the creative jams of our time with captivating lyrics and mind-blowing visuals directed by Gordon Appiah.
Twobars, a mentor to the Big 6 Cypher series, doubles as a fledging producer who has earned industry attention with his current work off the 6-themed music project and while his produced record has metanoverwhelming success, it will inspire a new generation of Africa rap culture. The Big 6 Cypher Series can be streamed on Africa’s popular internet radio website bjrlivefm.com as well as loudsoundgh.com, Belgium’s finest music portal.
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