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Yao Bobby & Simon Grab // Nyagblodi 7"

Yao Bobby & Simon Grab // Nyagblodi 7"

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West African rapper from TogoYao Bobby and Swiss experimental beatmaker Simon Grab released a limited edition of 2022 copies in December 12 from the experimental/dance label LAVALAVA Records in Bristol, England.

Includes 2 aggressive dancehall grime tracks with noisy industrial beats and political rap.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more LAVALAVA Records releases available at Tobira. 

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Edition of 100.

LAVALAVA Records:

"Yao Bobby & Simon Grab are here once again, spitting the final breath of fire from the explosion of their recent album 'Wum' served up on LAVALAVA
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Dished up on a very limited run 7" - hundred copies for the RWDFWD distro, and the rest for distribution IRL at Yao & Simon's live shows - here comes this next blast - quite possibly their most fierce and cantankerous yet.

On one side, we have Nyagblodi - Not just a call, but a demand, to corrupt politicians in Africa. Yao's lyrics are a loud voice that demands putting words into action, and realizing promises that were made for change - not just in his home country Togo, but all over Africa, which needs to break free from remnants of colonialist shackles, and the general plague of greed & selfishness, which seems to come hand in hand with 'power'.

Rhythmically, Simon Grab goes fully hard knocks on this one - Coaxed out of feedback signals in the mixing desk, he builds on tensions from within the system itself, inhaling its own dirt until it is bulbous like a balloon about to burst. no kids party type clown balloon - this balloon is made out of concrete.
You've been warned.

On the flip, we got 'Church' -
On this track, Yao asks his fellow african brothers and sisters to stop looking to god for problems to be solved. Face reality and recognize the change that needs to come - not just from the outside, but also from within.

Here, Simon Grab lets the turmoil unfoil with a hair-raisingly resonant bass pulse that comes on like a thunderstorm of dancehall rhythmics in XXXplosive mode.
Pure, and undiluted heaviness - because sometimes fixing things is not good enough, often, for real change - something needs to break."

Artist : Yao Bobby & Simon Grab

Label : Lavalava Records

West African rapper from TogoYao Bobby and Swiss experimental beatmaker Simon Grab released a limited edition of 2022 copies in December 12 from the experimental/dance label LAVALAVA Records in Bristol, England.

Includes 2 aggressive dancehall grime tracks with noisy industrial beats and political rap.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more LAVALAVA Records releases available at Tobira. 

-------------------------------------

Edition of 100.

LAVALAVA Records:

"Yao Bobby & Simon Grab are here once again, spitting the final breath of fire from the explosion of their recent album 'Wum' served up on LAVALAVA
-

Dished up on a very limited run 7" - hundred copies for the RWDFWD distro, and the rest for distribution IRL at Yao & Simon's live shows - here comes this next blast - quite possibly their most fierce and cantankerous yet.

On one side, we have Nyagblodi - Not just a call, but a demand, to corrupt politicians in Africa. Yao's lyrics are a loud voice that demands putting words into action, and realizing promises that were made for change - not just in his home country Togo, but all over Africa, which needs to break free from remnants of colonialist shackles, and the general plague of greed & selfishness, which seems to come hand in hand with 'power'.

Rhythmically, Simon Grab goes fully hard knocks on this one - Coaxed out of feedback signals in the mixing desk, he builds on tensions from within the system itself, inhaling its own dirt until it is bulbous like a balloon about to burst. no kids party type clown balloon - this balloon is made out of concrete.
You've been warned.

On the flip, we got 'Church' -
On this track, Yao asks his fellow african brothers and sisters to stop looking to god for problems to be solved. Face reality and recognize the change that needs to come - not just from the outside, but also from within.

Here, Simon Grab lets the turmoil unfoil with a hair-raisingly resonant bass pulse that comes on like a thunderstorm of dancehall rhythmics in XXXplosive mode.
Pure, and undiluted heaviness - because sometimes fixing things is not good enough, often, for real change - something needs to break."

Artist : Yao Bobby & Simon Grab

Label : Lavalava Records