L E M F R E C K is an urban artist from the United Kingdom who has been making works worthy of recognition. He recently released a new single titled “Death by Nyash,” which presents authenticity in the style of British hip-hop, accompanied by a high bass beat. The artist has a fascinating flow reminiscent of Kendrick Lamar.
LEMMFRECK had a conversation with us, addressing three specific questions. Take a look below.
HYPEFRESH: To begin, please introduce yourself. Feel free to share the essential details like your name, age, and origin. You can share as much or as little as you prefer.
L E M F R E C K: I’m a Welsh artist living in London. Here’s a quick bio. I’m a producer and writer who excels at unique storytelling through music and self-directed visuals.
My UK influences are evident in my production. INTRODUCING ONES TO WATCH 2021 ON BBC My early years as a gospel session artist shaped my presentation, with influences from the likes of Fred Hammond. I combine my rough upbringing with trained musicianship from the classes of Kano and Ghetts.
HYPEFRESH: Tell us about your new single, “Death by Nyash”?
L E M F R E C K: It’s about the art of having your heart broken and the consequences of doing so. Especially as men, we sometimes don’t even think about issues until they’re over. This song is that.
HYPEFRESH: What do you like most about being a music artist?
L E M F R E C K: Knowing people relate to what I’m saying, I write a lot to deal with issues or things that happen in my life, and it’s just fantastic to see I’m not the only one.
Stream “Death by Nyash” on Spotify