Bedroom Rappers/Vocalists Connect With Established Producers On BRAPP
6 April 2016
BRAPP is a social media app that allows producers to upload beats, and anyone can record a one-minute video on top, mix it, add audio effects and share it immediately with their followers. The app is available on iOS in over 80 countries, encouraging free sharing and collaboration between beatmakers and rappers/vocalists worldwide.
While the app has been available to download for a couple of months now, BRAPP has recently started to offer young rappers the chance to collaborate with more established international producers backing the app, including Zomboy, Roni Size, Ayah Marar, DJ Vadim, Starving Yet Full and more.
Rap and hip-hop are finally catching on in India, even filtering into the mainstream with acts like Naezy and DIVINE. The underground community is bubbling up, but often lost in the noise, and we think that this is a great opportunity to get heard.
“Brapp has revolutionised the potential for artists to reach a much wider audience worldwide and connect the dots between hip-hop producers and rappers like never before,” Chester P, half of rap duo Task Force stated to The Telegraph.
BRAPP was founded by Pavan Mukhi from the rap crew Foreign Beggars with brother Niki (who came up with the concept after he struggled to access tracks from UK producers while living in Dubai because of licensing issues), Levent Ali and Raad Haider.