Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop, Indie, Pop, Punk, Rock, Roots


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Bio

[Spreading that good AfroVibes];---The Ghanaian born Australia based Afrochild O’$hr3in is an Artist / Producer and Songwriter. He started writing poems at the age of 13 which later transitioned to rap. His style of music is a fusion of Afro sounds and western sound influence (pop, rock, rnb jazz, hiphop) which he grew up listening to. Influences from Michael Jackson,Akon, Knaan, , James brown, Elvis Presley, Eminem, Miriam Makeba ,Roxette and Fela Kuti makes these passionate Artist versatile in in his music.. He released his first Ep “Wicked” in 2011 on iTunes which featured legendary Afro musician Afro Moses and some of Sydney’s finest Artists. The Ep earned him airplay and an award for outstanding performer at the 100 most African Australian Influential Artists” event which was held at the parliament house in Canberra. He also had a feature article in the Sydney’s ‘TheMusic’ and the daily newspaper.

Afrochild has been contributing to the community he grew up in by volunteering in youth programs with BYSA by writing and producing songs for other upcoming artists. He has performed at charity events, clubs, Uberfest, and most community shows inspiring the youth to focus on their talents rather than engaging in illegal street activities. His lyrics are inspiring and are drawn from his personal life and inspiration from the world. He is currently studying Audio Engineering at Australia Institute of Music to sharpen his natural skills in music production.
 
Music is his  gift and he is  willing to make a contribution to the universe by sharing, inspiring and spreading love and positivity everywhere he performs just like the acronym ‘C.h.i.l.d’ in his name which stands for C.ontributing H.is Inner L.ife D.aily, he is on a mission to contribute his ‘inner life’ which he believes to be music, to inspire and help make this universe a better place.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

12 Jun 2019

Triple J
30

I like the way the electronic elements emphasis those idiosyncrasies that I love so much about African music.

I like the way the electronic elements emphasis those idiosyncrasies that I love so much about African music.