He's the man that influenced Drake's 'Take Care' album and has made waves in the music industry since the release of his debut single 'The Wave' three years ago. Sneakbo's musical influences are quite diverse, his parents come from Lagos and he was reared on Afrobeat and Caribbean music as well as Tupac and 50 Cent, Nigerian superstar D'Banj and metalheads Linkin Park. The official music video has had over 2. The Jetski Wave rapper's take on the track proved popular and gave him further recognition. Sneakbo's second single 'Zim Zimma' reached number 35 on the UK singles chart and number 9 on the UK dance chart, the rapper was making progress in getting his music heard. Since setting up his official YouTube page at the end of Sneakbo's had an impressive 25 million YouTube views altogether, including over one million on the official video for 'Zim Zimma. Sneakbo has gained attention in the press for narrowly missing out on a jail sentence around the same time 'The Wave' was released, and for reportedly spending three months in prison in Drizzy revealed the Sneakbo's tunes inspired his own ones on his 'Take Care' album.
Brixton is the debut studio album by British rapper Sneakbo. It was released on 2 March independently by Jetskiwave Records. Wavey, M.
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The background: Drake loves Sneakbo, and that's good enough reason for us to feature him here, because we love Drake. In fact, Drake loves Sneakbo — a year-old rapper from Brixton in south London — so much that he spent a large proportion of a recent interview singing his praises; five minutes at least, which — considering you only usually get 20 or so with the American superstar — either suggests the interviewer is mad, or Drake really, really does love Sneakbo. Drake discovered Sneakbo, he said, after watching a documentary on London gangs Sneakbo is rumoured to have been incarcerated for looting after last summer's riots , and he liked the way he looked in his hoodie, surrounded by his crew, and his general menacing demeanour. Who wouldn't? He also admired, he said getting all musical and analytical on our ass, the way Sneakbo rapped over dancehall beats and "the consistency of his flows", and admitted that Sneakbo's style proved influential on the recording of his second official album, which is an extraordinary thing for one of the world's biggest rappers to say about an obscure one from south London.
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