Freelance Hip-Hop Artist Levels Playing Field With Music Label, Aims To Uplift Others
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / December 20, 2020 / With the intention of seeking out other artists in the industry who wish to produce magical and revolutionary music, Sabathil720, an independent hip-hop artist, fiercely built his music label. The artist is clearly committed to using music as an instrument to bring about change. He aims to find like-minded people to create a community of positive thinkers who would help him “bring hip-hop music back to its original roots”.
Sabathil720 is known for his stimulating messages conveyed through his music. Born Melvin Acquah, he always knew there was room for change in the music industry and thought of innovative ways to correct what he thought was wrong. The artist delivers every word and rhythm with pure emotion, captivating music lovers around the world. Recently he released his single titled “Like Me”, introducing a mix of unique beats while “reminiscent of modern trap, old school hip-hop and underground bass”.
In addition, the artist wanted to pursue his passion with complete creative freedom and control over his music. Sabathil720 therefore created his label, assuring the public that his music is not enveloped by the influence of others but is purely his own. The artist wanted to produce music without having to manage musical contracts. Over the years, he has landed deals with leading players in the industry, able to meet his terms with a consensual agreement.
Sabathil720 is looking for an audience that isn’t afraid to speak their mind, to fight tirelessly for what they believe in. His music is original and capable of breaking down barriers. They inspire listeners to pursue the great things in life, other than cars, jewelry, or money. The artist wants to be a voice that uplifts souls and makes them believe that they are not alone on their journey. In turn, his lyrics and pace give him a competitive edge over other creators in the industry.
“My goal as an artist is to work with other artists or with anyone who wants to do magic by creating music,” said Sabathil720. Additionally, the artist uses his platform to speak on behalf of the black community. “I want to break the curse and see my people come together and build better communities with safer living environments so that our children can have a better future,” he said.
Before creating his own brand, Sabathil720 was part of a group called The ETMC with his late brother Thaahum. With a collaboration with director Adam Rifkin and working with Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith, aka Jay and Silent Bob, the brothers have explored outside of the independent hip-hop landscape. Together they ventured into comedy and film and even created a parody of the songs called “Baby Mama Drama Ills” and “Blue Balls”. The parodies were featured in the Showtime series titled LOOk.
“After my brother passed away, I vowed to continue his journey through music, and I challenge the social norms of modern rap by stepping up my lyrical content,” Sabathil720 shared. His new song, “Like Me”, is proof of how he continues and honors his brother’s legacy. Like Thaahum, the artist devotes his life to his music and wishes to inspire other aspiring rappers to follow in his footsteps. Thanks to his label, he makes the trip more tangible and achievable.
Learn more about Sabathil720 on Instagram.
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