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[MUSIC] IT SOUNDS LIKE NYGE

BRINGING NEW SOUNDS, INTO A NEW LIGHT As of recent years, a producer is seen more as an introvert than an artist, the producer being situated on the same podium as the artists that are spilling their thoughts

BRINGING NEW SOUNDS, INTO A NEW LIGHT

As of recent years, a producer is seen more as an introvert than an artist, the producer being situated on the same podium as the artists that are spilling their thoughts harmoniously over their beat has now become more common and prevalent. Nyge, without a shadow of a doubt, is a prime example of a producer who is paving the way and setting the standards when it comes to making provocative and energising beats for the UK’s most talented artists. With the echoes now being heard from those behind artists voices, Nyge is amongst a list of producers that have been given the spotlighted for creating the coldest of type beats, producers like Steel Banglez, JAE5 and stateside resident Pierre Bourne have all received deserving and eye-opening recognition for their works.

We caught up with the man himself,  Nyge and talked about his memorable moments, what he would have done differently and how 2018 is looking for the gifted producer that you should make sure that you’re keeping your eyes and ears out for this year.

Full video interview with Nyge for Viper Magazine by @natevisuals below;

NYGE – Photographed by @natevisuals

The producers “It Sounds Like Nyge” sample at the beginning of his every track is distinctive and unmistakable, Nyge was nominated as producer of the month by the big deal arts and media platform ‘Link Up TV’ last year and has inevitably soared ever since. Nyge is to blame for the gun fingers, screw faces and looks of sheer excitement when you would have heard artists like AJ Tracey, Bonkaz , Yxng Bane, JME, Lancey Foux, Yung Fume and is one of five members that make XL’s exciting New Gen to name a few. He was the London boy responsible for making his debut composition of the Section Boyz’ road rap anthem ‘Lock Arf‘ and the equally hard sounds from AJ Tracey’s Pasta, Buster Cannon and more.

We caught up with the man himself, Nyge and talked about his memorable moments, what he would have done differently and how 2018 is looking for the gifted producer that you should make sure that you’re keeping your eyes and ears out for this year.

Watch the full interview below – filmed by Nathaniel Clarke 

“YOU’RE GONNA SEE ME EVERYWHERE”

Credits
Nyge – @nyge__
Photography – @natevisuals
Filming & Editing – @natevisuals
Styling – @beyondcey & @jacadieharper
Brands
MIA (@mialdnapparel), Pheme (@pheme.london), Kings of
Indigo (@kingsofindigo), Garment Project  (@garmentproject), Ralph Lauren

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