Rhymestar: Under The Influence
Rhymestar: Under The Influence (Front Cover)
LABEL:Independent
CATALOG:RHY005
STREET DATE:July 27, 2018
ARTISTS: Rhymestar  

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1. Under The Influence Rhymestar 4:14


If you’re a regular on the dance circuit, Rhymestar is an instantly recognisable name. Having already captivated his audiences across a variety of different musical subgenres, including hip hop, grime and drum & bass, his career is beginning to ascend even further. The talented lyricist and host has brought together an array of influences to create his own creative platform, where he’ll lend his experience to the records he’s set to unleash this summer. Having spearheaded sets alongside the likes of Sigma, Matrix & Futurebound, Culture Shock and Tantrum Desire as well as many other revered figureheads throughout drum & bass, he’s now adding his vocals to a track which diverts away from the MC stereotype and provides an intricate look into his artistry.

After releasing on groundbreaking independent imprints such as Hospital Records, Viper Recordings and Technique, Rhymestar has also received a wide array of support and airplay from BBC Introducing, as well as BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1xtra. When first listening to his forthcoming single ‘Under the Influence’ it’s easy to see why he’s garnered so much attention; however the record is likely to draw the spotlight towards him like never before. ‘Under the Influence’ is vastly different to the tracks Rhymestar has offered out recent years. It’s a stunning blend of Rhymestar’s voice crescendos and the dainty melodies of its drum & bass backdrop produced by Tantrum Desire and Futurebound; the type of record which could take any late night, summertime stage into frenzy. Oozing with festival-season appeal, it’s one more reason why Rhymestar’s booking schedule is looking packed for the coming months. Although this time, it’ll be his music which leads, becoming a staple across Europe, from Prague’s seminal Let it Roll Festival, right through to the continent’s packed out club spaces.

Rhymestar has turned the conventional role of an MC on its head. He’s proven that he’s a multi-faceted artist, one who’s able to take dominion of the music he loves from a range of angles. That’s why 2018 is looking to be his biggest year yet, as he’s now about to show fans how entrenched he is within the music he’s involved himself with over the last ten years.

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