16 Jul
Golden era productions from 16-year-old NYC native

If you’re fiending for some 90s-era hip-hop, yo mightl be shocked to find it in the mind of 16-year-old Bishop Nehru. Whether it’s his Mobb Deep referencing “Mobb Dizzle” track, or just the paired down boom-bap of his productions, Bishop happily brings back a time in hip-hop that was ruled by the likes of Wu Tang Clan, Biggie Smalls, Big L etc. Now Hehru is dropping his second mixtape, strictlyFLOWZ — 10 tracks’ worth of original material from the New York rapper/producer. Although the flows are nice, its the production of strictlyFLOWZ that really makes us nostalgic — including production by the likes of Afro Jazz, Ghost McGrady, Herring Franky, Insanity, Massology, Raz Fresco and Yazu. Keep en eye out for Bishop Nehru’s upcoming  summer tour with Wu-Tang Clan clelebrating the band’s 20th Anniversary Tour. It kicks off July 25 in the UK. If you like what you hear, check out Bishop Nehru’s previous album Nehruvia

One Response to “Bishop Nehru “strictlyFLOWZ” Mixtape”

  1. […] The smoke is clearing from the explosion of Disclosure’s major label debut Settle, and in addition to such side effects as a Grammy nomination, the duo gelled the production of “You Stressin”, the latest track from New York rapper Bishop Nehru — he of the excellent “strictlyFLOWZ” mixtape. […]

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