Hardworking and talented musician Rich Miller is more concerned about feeding his listeners with full body of works than singles. He’s the type of artiste that likes engaging his audience with interesting conversations in the form of soulful yet invigorating rap music. His previous instalment “The Steppin” caught the attention of rap lovers.
After making trends with singles like “Ride With Me”, Rich Miller is here with another body of work which bears the title of his favourite catch statement, “Nobody Do It Like I Do It”, abbreviated as “NDILIDI.” The wordsmith took time to explain the concept behind the artwork of his album.
The white nature or colour of the album signifies truth and victory at same time.
RichMiller’s face in the picture depicts consciousness that runs through the songs on the album. E.g., Depression, Relax, Lord forgive me, etc.
The dairy with the pen literary means he wrote reality or daily life activities and made it music.
The clock beside him which didn’t fully appear clarifies that his time to take over is now coming.
His legs are in white socks and up on the chair to establish a point that he’s not stepping down now as a king or a leader of a new generation.
The back cover artwork has his t-shirt down with the inscription “NOBODY DO IT LIKE I DO IT” which has been abbreviated as NDILIDI.
“NDILIDI” is an 8-track EP which features Hotboy DNA, Toff Dawg and Tina, with post-production handled by 1Kwame, and some beats produced by Krizick and Phredxter. The EP is set for release on Friday, 8th December, 2017.
Follow Rich Miller on all social media platforms @1RichMiller, and watch this space for the potential classic.
In this era which the Ghanaian youth have ears for varieties of music genres regardless of the status of the artiste – mainstream or uprising, it is only right for Chief Kellz to give us what we deserve. Born Kelvin Yaw Yeboah, Chief Kellz is a young rapper and soangwriter who has 3 mixtapes to his credit, i.e. “Corrupt Minds, Pure Hearts” (2014), “Beauty and Hustle” (2015) and OV Da Roof (2017) which he launched at a lit-up balcony session on the 18th of February, 2017 at the Georgia Hostel 5th Floor Big Balcony on KNUST Campus.
The lyricist managed by BloodLine Recordings is set to unleash his latest project, “Trap Nights in Kentinkrono.” Chief Kellz disclosed to Steeze Hub,
“this is a soundtrack to a life on campus with topics from lost relationships, crime, sex and drug addiction among campus girls, a very unusual style of writing but that is Chief Kellz’ reality. Productions on the tape were handled by Apya, Yung Nana, Raven Montana, Bomba, Liquid Beatz and Perry Mingle.
This is more than your usual mixtape, with genres ranging from Trap, Hip Hop, Hip Life and Afro Beat sounds. Icebox comes with the infectious Breman – inspired rhymes and G-West gave us the vocals that can trigger a bad girl addiction. Bomba could not be left out with the consciousness of Rastafari and the spiritual sounds it comes with. Yung Nana blessed us with a beat and an unforgettable hook, Then TRPLRD came through reminding us of why the project is titled “Trap Nights In Kentinkrono.”
The 16-track mixtape (with 2 bonus songs) promises to satisfy your hunger and quench your music thirst. 20th December happens to be the blessed day Chief Kellz will let his music lovers enjoy this greatness. For more information and updates on “Trap Nights in Kentinkrono”, keep an eye on Steeze Hub’s social media accounts, and follow Chief Kellz on Twitter : @chiefkellz64 || Facebook: Chief Kellz || Instagram : @ckellz64