Nova Scotia the Truth: Re-Up Album Launch
BEE SINGH + LONELY CARP
This year has brought Nova a nomination in the Best Hip Hop Category of the Scottish Alternative Music Awards 2019, features in Mixmag, Red Bull Music, The Skinny, Time Out London, The Basement x Nike BSMNT AIR MAX 90 campaign, the launch of her club night Potential Party and the announcement of her forthcoming solo album, Re-Up.
As Nova’s first solo release, Re-Up combines acclaimed genres with eclectic lyrical content to make a hard-hitting debut album. As a sequel to the early 2019 mixtape Risin’ Up, Re-Up exists to replenish the underground and remind them what Nova is really about. Commenting on crime, clubs, afters and getting money, this album provides a snapshot into the past, present and future. Bassy trap sits side by side with lo-fi hip hop and heavy grime featuring beats by $1000 Wallet, Inkke and Kami-O, complimented with imagery of drunken street fights, a twisted game of Monopoly and sniper staring down the viewfinder. To be continued…
As a new face to the music scene, Feux has already captivated an audience with his bilingual lyrics and intricate flows over incredible instrumentals from underground London-based producers by the likes of Tavish JW. This has lead to Feux generating his own unique style of alternative Hip-Hop which is constantly flourishing and evolving into new and unique expressions of music, blending contemporary and old-school Hip-Hop.
basil panagop is a singer, songwriter, record producer, and clothing designer, based in glasgow, scotland. his gender-neutral clothing line, “intrnit”, as well as his highly anticipated debut solo project “lalaland” are all slated for release in 2019/2020”. the first single “topaz” has been streamed over 34 thousand times on spotify to date, while the first drop of the clothing sold out in just 6 hours. his newest single twilight zone became available on all streaming services on november 1st, 2019 with a music video that followed two weeks after the singles release.
BEE SINGH + LONELY CARP
Bee Asha Singh grew up between homes with her Punjabi Father and Scottish Mother. She is one third of the hip hop trio The Honey Farm, a scottish female rap group that promote female confidence and egalitarian views. Bee is an incredible spoken word artist. She tackles social Injustice, gender equality and talks about truth, openness and her own personal experiences with trauma. The young poet has done a lot of work related to using creative outlets to heal, working on the bbc documentary, Spit It out, with Lea Luiz de Oilveira. Accompanied by iconic trans sad girl pianist Lonely Carp the duo create a feels filled not to miss performance…