Emerging rap artist Xersize recently released a new single titled “End of Days,” which comes after his previous outstanding releases, “The concept,” “Decennium,” and “Janus,” which showcased the brilliant artistic skills that he uses to captivate the hearts of thousands of listeners monthly.
Xersize is one artist you wouldn’t want to miss out on, as he plans on delivering a catalog of straight-up fire music that brings a different type of vibe and energy to the music industry. Next year could be very interesting!
Xersize had a chat with us and answered our unique 4 Questions. Check it out below.
HYPEFRESH: Let’s start by introducing ourselves. You know the basics, like name, age, and where you’re from, as much or little as you’re comfortable sharing.
Xersize: I’m Xersize (pronounced just like “exercise”), and I’m a rapper from Sweden. I’ve been making music for most of my life, but I started taking this very seriously about ten years ago. I’ve been signed to the label Rexius Records since 2021, and since signing with them, I’ve gotten closer to my goal of being a full-time artist.
HYPEFRESH: Can you tell us about your new single, “End Of Days”?
Xersize: “End of Days” was written by me and produced by my dear friend and producer Robinholta. It came about because I looked around at the music industry, especially the rap scene, and saw that the majority of rappers with great flow, intricate wordplay, and meaningful stories aren’t the rappers being featured on radio or in the mainstream. The mumbling Lil’s, who can barely string a five-word sentence together, gets all the airtime. So End of Days is a clear message to all rappers out there – it’s time to step aside or step up.
HYPEFRESH: What do you like most about being a music artist?
Xersize: My favorite thing about being a musician is simple – I get to talk to the entire world, to whoever wants to hear me. This is a way for me to put into words what I’m feeling, thinking, and whatever I need to get out. Everything that’s locked up inside of me, this is my outlet for that. And I get to tell those stories to everyone who may need to hear them and might need a reminder that we’re never alone.
HYPEFRESH: How can our readers follow you online?
Stream “End of Days” on Spotify