The Unmistakable DRAGG
Zimbabwean UK-based rapper ‘Dragg‘ presents his new jam ‘Let The Beat Breathe‘ a collaboration with Birmingham's rap Goddess Lady Leshurr with production from Reading.PA's finest producer Frank 'Franchise Beats' McCracken. Click the link below to check out the snippet of the song and video:
Following a misdiagnosis whilst living in Zimbabwe, Lawrence Sean Sibanda was left with a severe vision impairment and with partial hearing loss after suffering meningitis and being prescribed the incorrect medication for 1 month. The young star is heavily influenced by rappers including The Game, Canibus and Jay-Z.
Not letting his complications or lack of vision get in his way, Dragg joined Project Feenix for his debut performance on The Sesh Stage at the Freedom Festival in Hull when he was only 14 . This first key performance helped Dragg hone in on his craft and developed his presence and confidence in front of thousands. Dragg has
also made several BBC Radio show appearances including broadcasts on Burnsy's morning show, Andy Comfort's breakfast show, BBC Look North TV and a livein studio performance on Alan Raw's Raw Talent Show. Dragg later went on to support USA hip hop duet Chiddy Bang at Hull University and opened for RnB/Pop group JLS at Pozition Night Club.
In 2012 Dragg released his first mixtape "The Warm Up" Vol 1 featuring production and verses from known name collaborators within the underground scene like Franchise Beats (Wiz Khalifa, Freeway), Amandi Music, Young
Millyz (Red Café, Gun Play, J.Millz) and Ekko aka Young Ancient (UMAS Best Male Rapper 2012)
2015 looks bright for Dragg with his new song and forthcoming music video for latest banger "Let The Beat Breathe" ft. Lady Leshurr "Let The Beat Breathe" is a hype, in your face grime-esq track that is hard to ignore. The track incorporates the creative production decisions like the use disorienting sirens with constant upbeat empasize that makes you want to nod your head along with the repeative catchy hooks crooned by Lady Leshurr in turn with Dragg's quick hitting wordplay. The track fuses Trap and grime elements, with both rappers going back to back and bringing their unique sounds together over the fast, hard hitting instrumental. Look out for "Let The Beat Breathe" coming soon and follow Dragg on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.