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VIVSWRLD is a man of many talents.

As a rapper, singer, songwriter and recording engineer, he is putting a different spin on new school sound.

With a musical style can be described as a fusion of traditional rap, hip hop, lo-fi and ambient sounds, interspersed with lyrical offerings that really deliver a message that will resonate with audiences everywhere. Lovers of Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Scott, YFN Lucci, Roddy Ricch, DJ Mustard and Drake will have an immediate love of VIVSWRLD’s work and easily navigate his soft melodic overtures underpinned by fat, uncompromising beats.

He was inspired from a young age by artists such as Eminem, 50 cent, Dr. Dre, Biggie, Fugees and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. The big production sound of these artists is clearly evident in his work and proves that the new generation of artists have learnt from their mentors and can deliver a balanced sound for the New School.

Following the independent route and after several false starts, he is now beginning to emerge as a solo artist that can ride the commercial wave. After receiving viral success with his brother Lil Viv, he is now collaborating with artists such as Breeze on their new release Wetter: a track that will burn down the house and receive radio play around the country.

His new single, “Party” just dropped on Spotify October 1st and VIVSWRLD is already hard at work on new music

As he says, “There is no such thing as an overnight success in the music industry and it is life that brings the knowledge and skills required to bring the best version of yourself to the game.”

Wise words from an artist to keep an eye on!

Stay up to date with VIVSWRLD on social media below and head over to Spotify to check out his latest single “Story” today!

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