American rapper Bishop Nehru has been featured in BRICK Magazine as part of a successful PR campaign spearheaded by MN2S PR Manager Tessa Harrison.
Appearing alongside Sheck Wes, The Internet, Dev Hynes, and Kamasi Washington in the magazine’s sixth edition, Bishop was interviewed and profiled in an in-depth feature that explored his creative process and musical influences, surveying his career so far. The rapper was shot by photographer Britt Lloyd.
Bishop Nehru is one of America’s most talented young rappers. Catching the ear of hip-hop titans Ghostface Killah and MF Doom (with whom he collaborated on the 2014 album NehruvianDoom) this gifted MC has excited critics with a sound that harks back to the golden years of hip-hop, prompting invites to support Wu-Tang Clan and Joey Bada$$ on tour. His Kaytranada-produced solo debut, ‘Elevators: Act I & II’, was self-released in May 2018.
Shoot I did for Brick Magazine ⭐️ It’s dropping real soon be on the look out. pic.twitter.com/lOsGavEJy3
<— emperor nehru ➕➖ (@BishopNehru) 10 October 2018
What is BRICK ?
BRICK is released twice yearly, in a gorgeous 244-page print-only edition that documents the current hip-hop landscape, aiming to “pay respect to hip-hop’s pioneers, shine a light on forgotten heroes and celebrate the most cutting-edge contemporaries.” As a respected publication with a highly appropriate target audience, BRICK is a perfect spot for Bishop to appear.
“Bishop’s combined focus and seemingly limitless passion for musical knowledge has resulted in him carving out his own brand of heady and authentic hip-hop on a calculated climb rather than a meteoric rise.”
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