Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop


Influences

mick jenkins, saba


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Lauren., RAJ MAHAL, Korky Buchek , Kymie, Mel Bailey


Website

Bio

In the Western Suburbs of Sydney artist Gibrillah was birthed, with a painfully truthful poetic soul his artistry has roots stemming mainly from Neo-soul blended with Hip-hop and house. His ability to switch styles in an instant as well as develop melodic vocals makes him a versatile powerhouse of an artist.

Gibrillah has already made a huge impact with his debut single “Sobriety” getting amazing love on Spotify featuring on multiple playlists such as ‘beats and bars’ and ‘all Aussie hip-hop' clocking over 40,000 streams. His most recent collaborative release with homies “Savor the Rations” has also garnered more than 75,000 streams and also been featured on multiple Spotify playlists as well as being featured on Apples Beats1 “New Australia” Hip-hop playlist curated by Zane Lowe. He has been featured on countless local lineups around the western suburbs and has been featured on multiple lineups on sold out shows.

His silky-smooth flow and calculated bars piece together flawlessly in the pursuit of portraying the truest reflection of his reality. Through his conscious state of mind he reveals stories that are a true representation of his surroundings from the point of reference of his ever evolving psyche. He culminates his influences from artists such as Mick Jenkins, SABA, Denzel Curry, Earl Sweatshirt, The Isley brothers, Floetry, H.E.R, Ari Lennox.

Gibrillah implores you to ride this journey with him as he expresses himself earnestly through rhythmic patterns and sonic vibrations. This is his pilgrimage to the higher truths, and he’s eager to take you with him

Review

Beamer (Feat. Phil Fresh &a...

Gibrillah

Review by Ebony Boadu Ebony Boadu

12 Jun 2019

Triple J
40

Wish I'd come across you sooner! Consider me your newest fan!

Wish I'd come across you sooner! Consider me your newest fan!

Review

Beamer (Feat. Phil Fresh &a...

Gibrillah

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

31 May 2019

Triple J
35

Couple of Sydney's next wavers coming together on beamer and it sounds more expensive than the vehicle by which it's named.

Couple of Sydney's next wavers coming together on beamer and it sounds more expensive than the vehicle by which it's named.

Review

Beamer (Feat. Phil Fresh &a...

Gibrillah

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

31 May 2019

Triple J
40

room for one more?

room for one more?