Nobrvnd goes all the way up with latest EP

posted September 18, 2021 at 07:20 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Genre-bending Filipino artist/producer Nobrvnd releases his new EP “Get This Bread” hoping that his unbranded style will stand out to new listeners.  

‘In the Heights’ filled with songs and dances—from hip-hop to Latin to pop and musical theater—lets audiences explore the varied influences of the distinct Latin cultures that merge and continue to populate and represent the community of Washington Heights.

After five years in the local band scene and two years as a solo independent artist, the 25-year-old’s versatility and experimental sound saw him land him a record deal with Warner Music Philippines (WMP) and a management contract with Open Door Artists.  

“I’ve really enjoyed listening to gospel rap, and uplifting and energetic tracks lately – a considerable move away from the emo rap and dark R&B I used to rap/sing about,” says Nobrvnd.

On the meaning behind the album title, Nobrvnd explains, “I’m sure you’re familiar with ‘Get This Bread’ being used as a motivational slang that means ‘get money.’ To me, this means to achieve all the success we are pursuing. We all have different meanings of success.”   

Ahead of the EP release, Nobrvnd also dropped his music video for the album’s third track, “Sexbomb Girl.”

The inventive artist, who’s popular for writing and producing his own music, shared that this EP was harder to create compared to his previous releases.

“I started work on the EP last December and essentially finished around May this year. I followed the same process that I have always used to produce my own songs: always in my bedroom, usually in the middle of the night when there are no distractions,” he shares.

Since joining the Warner Music Philippines and Open Door Artists’ family, Nobrvnd has been working extra to make sure that the stuff he puts out shows his progress as an artist.

Topics: Nobrvnd , release , EP , “Get This Bread
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