Rapper NazB Brings Greater Awareness Through His Lyrics On "Rape (Shame)"
April 12, 2014
Zurich, Switzerland, April 13, 2014 - Having lived and performed all over the world, NazB's life story is a remarkable one. Influenced by native Nigerian music and experiencing success as one of Switzerland's top Hip-Hop artists, his single release titled Shame (Rape) addresses a controversial societal issue.
After moving to Switzerland from Nigeria, NazB's music was well received by the country's Hip-Hop fans and NazB received maximum exposure on Robo Clip SF2 and Canadian Music Television. Building off of his international success, his latest track Rape (Shame) is played on a number of major international airways including Jet Airways, Air India, Spice, and Indigo.
Recorded at his home studio, the track is a polished, meticulously engineered piece of music that gained him recognition from multiple record labels. And while the title of his new track is controversial, it's message is one of awareness and positivity. Shame (Rape) features rapper Dior and addresses the societal problem of gang rape. Proceeds will benefit the Weisser Ring Charity Organization and their fight against rape and sexual assault.
Currently available on iTunes and CD Baby, Rape (Shame) will appear on his upcoming album. The video for the song is being released this month, being made available on his YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScjNyAfj8LU). For more information on NazB, his life story and his upcoming release, check out his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/nazbmusicpage or his official site (www.nazb.com).
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