With the variety of music being released every year, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with everything coming. But Lvincix’s new EP “167 Phosphene” is defiantly something you will not want to miss.
Lvincix is a Jamaican hip-hop musician who recently moved to South Croydon, or as most people refer to it, South London. Lvincix only started officially recording in 2020, so the COVID lockdown restriction has hampered his career. He was scheduled to perform at a few local events, but they were all canceled. As a result, he is still looking forward to April 2021 to performing for the first time.
The phenomenon of seeing the light without it passing directly through your eyes is known as a phosphene. Because Lvincix is epileptic, this is a common occurrence. Lvincix, is everything he stands for, everything he has gone through, and everything he is socially conscious about.
Growing up, Lvincx was subjected to a variety of changes, some of which were gradual, while others were as quick as they could be.
Lvincix’s childhood was a bundle of joy with his siblings, so the journey was not always unpleasant. However, as the years passed, the changes and experiences became more rapid, with the loss of both young and old family members and childhood friends.
Lvincix Hip hop has played an important role in raising social awareness among the young generation. Rap music educates people from a variety of perspectives and introduces a variety of social issues. At the same time, hip-hop music was a reaction to specific subgenres of late 1970s disco.
Saltrum never had a well-known celebrity, but Ripah, Wallstreet, and Lvincix were the people who first inspired him to write music.
Growing up listening to both dancehall and hip-hop music, he was inspired by a wide range of music and musicians, including
- Bob Marley,
- Buju Bonton
- Berish Hammond
- Spragga Benz
“All those guys” music used to play around him a lot as a child, so Lvincix loves that music. People who inspire me include Bounty Killer, Bennie Man, Agent Sasco, Vybz Kartel, Mavado, and Popcaan. Tupac, Notorious B.I.G., and Eminem, among others, do it best, as do Jcole, Kendrick Lammer, Dave, Stormzy, and J Hus. Other people, such as my Mc’s and DJs. Ron Muschette, who used to be on Irie FM every morning, is one of them.
To learn more about Lvincix and to keep up with what he is working on recently be sure to check out his Instagram @Lvincix. Don’t forget to listen to his single dropping on 4/20 and his EP “167 Phosphene” coming out on April 30th.