Authentic and gritty style undergirds wisdom beyond years in new music from Nevaalose
NEW YORK, NY – Life hasn’t been easy for Nevaa. He’s lost a lot in his young life. But after everything he’s been through, he’s taken it all as lessons learned. And with those lessons, he’s sharing wisdom with the rest of the world as the artist known as Nevaalose. His latest single, “Feelings” which is currently available across all streaming platforms, is the most recent offering of insight and perspective from this young new musician.
Self-described as a vibe song that captures the experience of all the floating inner thoughts that goes through one’s mind when drunk, “Feelings” is an example of how Nevaalose is a perfectionist of his craft.
“When I drink, all of my feelings come out,” he said. “A lot of people when they drink just seem to love everybody, and yet a lot of people you can’t count on seem to disappear. That’s what this song is about. I put a lot of time into my music and everything is stories from my life. My music is authentic, and just like a vibe. I create some shit that can just match your feelings, and that’s translated into music. That’s what this song represents.”
Born in Belize and raised in Brooklyn, Nevaalose is a product of his surroundings. He said he first got into music by rapping with his older brother. Music soon became his main hope for a new life, and he poured himself into learning all he could about music, songwriting and recording. During his teenage years, he used writing to express how he was feeling and developed a style that to this day is often referred to as authentic and gritty. Taking inspiration from artists like Nipsey Hussle and Meek Mill, Nevaalose aims high with real-life Rap stories and a creative vision.
“I think the thing that separates me the most is that I do everything myself,” he said. “I pay for everything myself. I do the studio time and all the production myself. And everything is authentic. That’s why I like Nipsey Hussle and Meek Mill. They started from the same place I started from, and worked their way into leadership roles that became bigger than their music. I want to be a leader like that, especially for the people I consider my people. I want to change the ignorance of my people and one day be a figure for others to look up to and follow.”
Nevaalose said he has a catalog of music stacked up and ready to deliver to the world, and plans to bring a steady offering of singles over the course of this year. The next single will be “Brooklyn Menace,” which should drop in February.
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