Breaking Artists (December 2020)

Written by on December 2, 2020

‘Breaking Artists’ on Base is a monthly feature where we pick 3 local artists and showcase 3 new tracks we think you should know. All ‘Breaking Artists’ tracks are fresh and featured for the entire month so we can push their music far and wide.

This month’s picks!…

Eliezer – ‘Running’

Eliezer is a London born Auckland based rapper, singer-songwriter who produces and engineers all his own songs with his best friend Jake aka Ten.Oh.

Since releasing his first track in 2018, Eliezer has a loyal fanbase that continues to grow. This latest album “Love Me” is described as 10 tracks of psychedelic Hip Hop and Running is the lastest release.

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Hamo Dell – ‘NOBODYS D.A.T

Ngati Porou songbird Hamo Dell hit a high note of success as lead female singer for Aotearoa reggae band, “Tomorrow People.” Now Hamo launches her solo career with debut single ‘Nobody’s D.A.T.’

Her vocals are layered in harmonies, a voice that is incomparable. Her tone is rich and smooth with a manoeuvrability that can reach notes with ease.

Her voice features on the award winning album BBQ Reggae by Tomorrow People, as the band’s female lead singer for 5 years. More recently she featured with International Artist Stan Walker on the Gold record Choose.

She is currently working along-side acclaimed Music Producers Vince Harder and Matt Sadgrove on her EP with a release date set for the early months of 2021.

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Raggadat Cris –  ‘Nay Sayers’

Raggadat Cris is focusing on the positive energy in his life, with the release of his new track “Nay Sayers” – and that includes letting go of the negativity in our own heads that stops us from shining.

The Australian-based artist, with an Auckland upbringing, Cris says the reggae track “Nay Sayers” is basically about learning to just ignore negative people who bring the bad energy into your life. “I’m also talking about that negative voice in your head, that person inside you that’s stopping you from shining,” he says.

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