Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop


Sounds like

Jaden Smith, Brockhampton, Travis Scott, Denzel Curry, Boler Mani, Anderson Paak.


band members

boler mani


Influences

Jaden Smith, Brockhampton, Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, The Creator, Kanye West, Travis Scott, Anderson Paak.


Unearthed artists we like

Anfa Rose


Website

soundcloud.com/bolermani

Bio

Hailing from Victoria's Mornington Peninsula, rapper/producer Boler Mani is the complete package when it comes to hip-hop. Boler fearlessly writes and produces all his music at his home studio, placing unwavering focus on maintaining clinical precision to complete each song. Not bound by typical conventions of hip-hop, Boler is constantly exploring new sounds, samples and ideas aiming to push the standards of what it means to be an Australian hip-hop/R&B artist. At only 18 years of age Boler has gained support from triple j’s unearthed high, Complex, MTV, BIGSOUND and support slots for Carmoflauge Rose, Godlands and NYE on the Hill. Boler's music percussively transports you to the club while the melodic harmonies keep that cheeky grin firmly on the face of listeners. Having gained more than half a million plays on Spotify alone, Boler is on the rise to become something special.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

02 Mar 2021

Triple J
40

Ooft king! boler's got the coolest vibe. Impressed every time.

Ooft king! boler's got the coolest vibe. Impressed every time.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

23 Feb 2021

Triple J
45

by name and by nature! there's no way I'm not dipping back in for seconds/thirds/fourths/fifths with bars that delectable and a beat so addictive.

by name and by nature! there's no way I'm not dipping back in for seconds/thirds/fourths/fifths with bars that delectable and a beat so addictive.

Review

Review of unsatiated by boler mani Richard Kingsmill

20 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

A few cues from BROCKHAMPTON for sure, but the wordplay, that beat and the smoky as hell chorus all spell FUNTIMES for me as well.

A few cues from BROCKHAMPTON for sure, but the wordplay, that beat and the smoky as hell chorus all spell FUNTIMES for me as well.