Straight fire from Norwegian rapper Philip Emilio!
Norwegian hip hop/r’n’b is on fire!
JCY (pronounced JUICY) is a Oslo based production trio consisting of Chris Welsh (Chris Stallion) & Patrick Hauge (Patski Love) who teamed up with Norwegian Grammy-winning producer Alexander Austheim (Rykkinnfella) in 2015 to make banging club music.
Yesterday the trio decided to unleash their banging and galopping take on the Norwegian grammy winning rapper Arif and his hit single “Sulten” that’s been getting dancefloors lit for the better part of 2015. For 2016 the three amigos are releasing a bunch of new remixes as well as their debut original material.
Nora Collective-stjernene Arif, Unge Ferrari og Philip Emilio er tilbake med tidenes romjulsanthem! Sjekk ut videoen til splitter nye, Filip K-produserte, «Wollahp» her, strøm den på Spotify og vær rask med å ordne deg billett til å se alle side om side med Skepta og våre svenske venner i Respect My Hustle Management på den nesten utsolgte turnéavslutningen til Arif 29. januar på Sentrum Scene!Video er produsert av Prettyboi HåkonSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/2N2UpCUUv2mzdqGJhgQGi6Billettservice: http://www.billettservice.no/event/highend-shutdown-arif-skepta-rmh-billetter/476183
Posted by Nora Collective on Friday, December 25, 2015
Norwegian rappers Arif and Unge Ferrari coming together for the Axxe produced track “Bulmers”, showcasing that there is something magical brewing within the hip hop scene in the land of fjords. The guerilla directed style video just dropped and in it the duo is driven around in a convertible.
Arif is an Oslo based rapper that earlier this year dropped what’s considered to be the Norwegian hip hop album of the year with his “HighEnd/Asfalt” release.
One of the stand out tracks on the album is “Sulten” (meaning “Hungry” in Norwegian), Swedish rappers Michel Dida and Erik Lundin (AKA Eboi) together with the mighty force known as Respect My Hustle puts their mark on the track with this amazing version.
“The song is called “Sulten” which means hungry in Norwegian. It represents a mindstate that I was in. Its just a accumulation of thoughts and feelings behind the struggle of “making it” in whatever field that you are pursuing. All the invincible barriers that are put in front of you beacause of your ethinicity, religion, or social background. I wanted a different perspective and take on the track, so it was only right to contact RMH. Michel Dida and Erik Lundin are among my favourite rappers from Sweden, and I knew they understood the meaning behind the track, so it was an honor that they wanted to get on it. And of course they killed it.”