“Artistic growth” is the topic of discussion in NomiS’ new song “Evolve”, which features 18Sense. The song will be a part of NomiS’ new album Socially Just, coming out on November 13th.
Socially Just is the latest album from rapper NomiS and he will be releasing this on November 13th. For the time being, you can check out a slice of what he has come up with through his new video for “Traffic”, which also features John Givez. The album can be pre-ordered through Bandcamp and you’ll be able to get an immediate download of “Traffic” in your audio format of choice.
NomiS has a new song called “fLAW” and it’s going to make its way onto two albums: NomiS’ own Socially Just and a compilation on its way called Cram X. I’m not sure if the versio in the video, which was done as they were shooting it, will be the same one that is released but I like how he did it so be on the lookout for it soon.
This project by Sundance highlights some of the music he produced between 2009 to 2012, and if it seems that the hip-hop being pushed is just lame and flatline, you’re missing out on some of the varieties of hip-hop being made in that land called “elsewhere”, where Sundance seems to lounge around in from time to time. The album features tracks from some people you may already be familiar with, including Sivion, Theory Hazit, Mr. J. Medeiros, Lightheaded, and many more.
For those who prefer hard copy, a compact disc will be made available, but you can pre-order the CD by heading to Illect Recordings.
Bring together Cas Metal & Mouf Warren, and you got a team in hip-hop who are there to impress on the lyrical side of things. Now add Defizit to assist in production, and what you have is a very nice EP called Analog Amazon x Defizit (Illect). Hey, why not throw in Griffin, Blast Mega, EF Cuttin, NomiS, and DJ Sean P to join in on the party? Now you have a recipe for some distinctive, quality rap music. On top of that, it’s free so stream and listen, then get yourself even more familiar by downloading it.
Searching for Alpha Trion is the forthcoming album by NomiS (“nahm is”), and as this video shows him in a fictitious space context, it’s another way of saying he’s ready to take you places all while exploring the good and bad things of this planet here called Earth.
You can check out some of the other videos he has posted on YouTube by heading here.