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C-Hype on using hip hop to invoke opinions

Upcoming hip hop artist C-Hype speaks on his new EP.

C-Hype is fresh on the hip hop scene and is driven to stay in the spotlight, having already released an EP entitled Matters of The Heart and is recognised in the northern parts of Namibia for his blue junkies’ business.

In an interview C-Hype when asked about the project he explained, “The idea was to provoke how people see things and also make people learn how to accept change and that it’s not always a bad thing. It turned into a business opportunity though when I realized how successful it was starting to become and it has since then been a source of income and a great experience.”

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In the music aspect though, entering into the music industry itself was challenging for C-Hype as it is for many artists but he never prevailed saying his passion is what drove him to stay on the straight and narrow so much so that he even managing to balance his music and architecture life at the same time. “I have genuine love and passion for this, and it has been a dream of mine since I was a little kid.”

When it comes to artist that inspires him, C-Hype listed Gazza, King Gucci and Cassije Jessica. The artist states that their versatility, humility and passion for what they do is inspirational. “Goodness gracious, if dream chasing was a person, it would be those three.”

C-Hype announced, though he’s not in album mode as of yet he will be launching something hot and different in the form of an E.P entitled FOR HER, “It’s for the ladies and it’s flames.” The artist didn’t give information on the exact date but announced that the EP will be out before December. FOR HER will be more Afropop themed which is a new direction for the hip hop artist and we can’t wait to hear he’s new sound.

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