Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

BVT, Doja Cat


Influences

Missy Elliot, Timbaland, Frank Ocean, Childish Gambino, Kehlani, Lauryn Hill, Tom Thum


Unearthed artists we like

AYA YVES, A.GIRL


Bio

BVT is a Sydney based Rapper, Beatboxer, Singer-songwriter, Producer and Actor. A finalist in a competition curated by Tones and I, called “That One Song”, BVT utilised the platform to launch her debut single “Spend Some Time”. Having toured with the likes of Pete Murray, performed with Timomatic and even appeared on hit TV show “talking bout your generation” (hosted by Shaun McCaliff), BVT has emerged as a unique artist with a wide and prolific set of skills, leading her artistry and performance ability as one to be remembered. As a Queer Woman of Colour, BVT intends to use her art to unite the gaps between communities by normalising queer and POC experiences. Especially through music.

Review

Review by Ash McGregor Ash McGregor

17 Jul 2021

Triple J
40

BVT, god damn. you stepped into the ring, strapped on the gloves, and left a winner. you have a corner with your name on it, and no one else is coming close to touching it

BVT, god damn. you stepped into the ring, strapped on the gloves, and left a winner. you have a corner with your name on it, and no one else is coming close to touching it

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

15 Jul 2021

Triple J
35

if you fancy a trip back to the early 00's rnb world then bvt has the vehicle to help you get there. smooth and twinkling like you remember!

if you fancy a trip back to the early 00's rnb world then bvt has the vehicle to help you get there. smooth and twinkling like you remember!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

13 Jul 2021

Triple J
35

BVT brings the slickness. The raps show good confidence but what I really like is the way this song picks up little bits of '90s/'00s RNB and pop tricks and incorporates them into the mix.

BVT brings the slickness. The raps show good confidence but what I really like is the way this song picks up little bits of '90s/'00s RNB and pop tricks and incorporates them into the mix.