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eXile di brave
eXile di brave
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im a reggae artist straight out of Jamaica
This young upcoming dj straight out of Portmore, Jamaica is currently enrolled at the University Of Technology in Jamaica pursuing a degree in engineering which limits the time he get to put into his musical works, but exile doesn't mind because he strongly believes in getting a solid education first. He first came unto the underground music scene along with two of his childhood peers Gerron Thomas (KONIAK) and Mario Grey (KRITIK) they formed a rap trio called N.H.C which means narrating hostile conditions. They dropped a mix tape in 2003 which explains all the things that their surroundings had to offer, telling the bright and the dark side. Gaining good response from songs such as poor cold and lonely, you dont want beef, and hungry girls. Soon there after exile realized he was destined to do authentic dancehall music which the world has been longing for. An avid listener of the late great tupac shakur and other hip-hop heavy weights he brings a masterful blend of that genre with the island's own dancehall. he is already being compared to the likes of Vybez Kartel and Aidonia, but he'll be the first to let you know that he is already a general in this musical army and is ready to carve out his own space starting with his smashing single titled ''Contract'' feat. Kim Kartina on the ''45'' riddim produced by the young veterans production camp(new production team). Bringing across the same sharp lyrics and melodies from hip hop and transforming them in Jamaican Creole (patios). He is now one of the brightest young artist on the underground scene and planning to climb his way to the top with his raw talent, For the years to come the Jamaican music industry and the world on a whole will definitely be seeing and hearing more from this rare find, hes a force to reckon with so stay tuned as eXile plans to continue narrating hostile conditions for the rest of the world to hear.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
most definitely, i have done a few local show throughout Jamaica and i do enjoy being up there performing for the people. the most special moment being a concert called spectrum which is an annual event, i was a great feeling being up there in front of that huge crowd.
Your musical influences
bob marley, tupac shakur, bounty killa, super cat, john holt,krs-1,rakim,red hot chilli peppers, and so much more music is my life i am an avid listener of many genres.
What equipment do you use?
Anything else?
check mi out at facebook.com/exiledibrave and the official web site coming soon,
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