Rapper E.L says BVR mixtape is not for mainstream artists

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BVR is not for mainstream artists - E.LFew hours after rapper E.L released the 5th edition of his signature mixtape, “BVR” mixtape, is leading the Chart on Ghana iTunes.

The ‘BVR’ mixtape was released on Sunday October 28, 2018, and it’s currently ranked no.1 ahead of Jacqueline du Pré’s ”Dvorak: Cello Concerto in B Minor” and J. Cole’s ”KOD” who are at no.2 and no.3 respectively.

Born Elom Adablah, rapper E.L, who’s currently planning a trip to Europe maintains the Bar series is definitely not a collection targeted at mainstream artists. He recalls how he had help when coming up as a young rapper in Ghana and why there’s a need to focus of giving fast rising talents the same space to sell their arts.

For four consecutive times, the BAR concerts continue to play a major role in supporting and unearthing the underground rappers and BVR will be no different says the rapper.

”If you appreciate real authentic music, whether Rap, Trap, Hip-Hop, RnB, then you’re basically going to appreciate the BVR. The BVR is not for mainstream artists. I’m usually the sole mainstream artist on the mixtape and it’s a platform for upcoming artists who have worked hard during the year and deserve a spot”, E.L. expressed.

”When I was an upcoming artist, someone gave me a platform to showcase my skills and the BVR project is my way of doing the same thing for upcoming artists. I’d also want to thank everyone who’s been holding it down since day one and all the Hip-Hop lovers, so get ready for a great experience”, he adds.

The ”BVR” mixtape by E.L is released under the rapper’s imprint V.O. Nation Records and is available on all digital stores worldwide including iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Aftown and SoundCloud.


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