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LarryBamz Takes Hip Hop to Deep Heights

Conscious-rap artiste, LarryBamz, has officially released his much anticipated EP titled Deep Heights. The five-tracker is a balance of hip hop and traditional Nigerian grooves rich in lyrical content. 
Already dubbed the scion of creativity by his local and international fans, LarrieBamz is a unique artiste with songs that promote positivity, which is a breath of fresh air. With songs like ‘Love of My Life’ and new tunes like the catchy ‘O Si Ma Dara’, this EP is sure to bless every listener with something positive and practical to take away.
Other tracks on the EP, which is currently on all digital platforms including Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, Amazon, YouTube and SoundCloud are ‘Ko Easy’, ‘Ideas’ and ‘Promise’. The fanlink to the impressive work is https://fanlink.to/ larriebamzdeepheights.
LarrieBamz is a creative guy who sings, raps, plays music instruments, draws, paints, and writes songs as well as novels. A Lawyer with a passion for music, he can best be described as a lyricist as one of his favourite music genres is socially conscious rap music, which he sees as “the most expressive art form”.
This is expressed in his songs which dig deep into issues that affect life and living. He has written several thought-provoking, motivating, and inspiring songs.
His debut single, ‘Ko Easy’ (It’s Not Easy) is a deep and reflective rap song that highlights the challenges we all face as men, women, and kids and each rap verse is dedicated to a category –men, women, and kids in that order.
‘Ko Easy’ is a track that moves your heart, soul, body, and mind as it is not only inspiring but very groovy. Laced with a catchy chorus that you can sing along to very easily, the song was produced by popular producer, K-Solo and is infused with some comedy by renowned comedienne, Helen Paul (a.k.a Tatafo).
Instagram – @larrie_bamz

Twitter – @larrie_bamz

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